#Hot Corner

As If The Mets Didn't Have Enough Problems

From today's Wall Street Journal:

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From the start of the 2009 season through the end of August this year, the Mets paid a staggering $107.2 million to players on the disabled list... Not only is that the highest figure in all of baseball over that span, it is nearly $47 million more than the next closest team, and more than double what 24 other teams paid their injured players.

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Is it too late to get Einhorn back?

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(H/T Baseball Crank.)

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