Well, if you're looking to be a minority investor with the Mets, it buys you a small, non-controlling interest in a team looking for quick cash. But it also buys you some personal time with Mr. Met! From the New York Times:â†µ
Access to Mr. Met, the team mascot, although the degree of access is not entirely spelled out. It definitely means you, as a part-owner, can schmooze with Mr. Met at Citi Field.
But to get Mr. Met with his head signed by Derek Jeter? That's going to cost you a lot more than $20 million, my friend.