It is officially a new era in Flushing. This afternoon, MLB owners approved Steven A. Cohen as the new majority owner of the Mets. After years of yearning for new ownership, Mets fans can finally rejoice.
Jon Heyman was the first to tweet the announcement.
Cohen's HIstory With the Mets
Rumors of a
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