Steve Cohen may well not purchase the Mets, but he’s currently residing the Mets
For a normal group, the offseason is a period for building, for learning from past failures as well as for looking ahead. The Mets are maybe not a normal group, plus don't participate in normal problems. Most importantly, they cannot march down in relation to a brighter future — at minimum maybe not without doubling straight right straight back.
A Mets offseason defined by simply making choices then quickly unmaking them reached a ridiculous orgasm tuesday, each time a Barstool Sports broadcast section aired a rumor that Steve Cohen’s potential purchase regarding the group was at dire jeopardy.
By itself, this could be chalked as much as Met fan that is standard neurosis. However the Mets quickly released a careful, lawyerly no-comment: “The parties are susceptible to privacy responsibilities, including a shared non-disclosure contract, and so cannot comment.”
Confidentiality is often in play during negotiations, but events...