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Selig remains confident that Fred Wilpon's ownership group has the money to field a competitive team regardless of how little is being used to improve the Mets, one of baseball's premier franchises in the sport's biggest market.
"They said they do and I think they do," Selig said
"As far as the Mets are concerned, I know they're very comfortable where they are and they're very optimistic. I'll take them at their word."
Once this baby hits 88 miles per hour, you're going to see some serious s*&t
This bright orange hair is usually a mistake made by men whose hair is going from medium-dark grey to light grey. It happened to my uncle Tom, leading to hilarity preserved for eternity in my wedding photos, it happened to Paul McCartney, and now at the impressive age of 78 it has happened to Bud Selig, whose real hair color survived longer than most men's.
With no comment from ownership, the only signs that suggest the Wilpons finally may be digging out from the Bernard Madoff mess is their efforts to re-sign David Wright to a multiyear contract extension and general manager Sandy Alderson's recent remarks about more flexibility with the 2013 payroll.
Of course, Wright has yet to sign and team officials have not expressed the same optimism about an extension with R.A. Dickey, who certainly increased his value by winning the Cy Young Award.
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