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Richard Sandomir writes for the New York Times. He joined Robert in Hour 1 to talk about the ongoing turbulence surrounding the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers franchises. Rich and Robert also reflected on the passing of golfer Seve Ballesteros. Click through for a podcast of the conversation.
The proliferation of online ticket auctions means that tickets to sporting events are much more sensitive to market pressures in our era than in years past.
This also means that as the Mets continue to field a laughably bad team, lowered demand for Mets tickets means it’s cheaper than ever to sit in the good seats at Citi Field.
Rick Peterson is a former pitching coach with the Oakland A’s, the New York Mets, and the Milwaukee Brewers. He’s currently advising Bloomberg Sports on their player evaluations. He joined Robert today. Click through for a podcast of the conversation.
The Wilpon Family is not selling a majority share of the Mets. This means the last three weeks of breathless speculation about who would purchase controlling interest of New York’s junior varsity baseball team have been a waste of your time, and mine. How does that make you feel? Email or tweet at the show.