Do the Wilpons have money to spend?

Former investor sues Mets' owners for their connection to Bernie Madoff scandal

Updated: July 31, 2010, 3:14 AM ET
By Andrew Marchand | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- While the New York Yankees play big games and add another couple of veterans for a pennant run, the big news with the New York Mets is: The Wilpons got served.

As Alex Rodriguez endlessly pursues No. 600 and Lance Berkman and Austin Kearns arrive as the newest Yankees for their march toward October, Sterling Equities Associates, the parent company of the Mets, and Fred Wilpon, chairman of Sterling Equities and principal owner of the Mets, were sued in relation to the ...

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