Talmudic Differences Between the Poor Financial Conditions of Baseball's Dodgers and Mets

This article by Jon Heyman, "Selig had many reasons to act on McCourt but not Wilpons," has a Talmud-like point-by-point comparison of the poor financial circumstances of two baseball teams, the Dodgers and the Mets. It starts off, "The reason baseball commissioner Bud Selig appointed Tom Schieffer as emissary to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Los Angeles Dodgers while leaving the New York Mets alone for now is the vastly different history of the teams' ownership groups."

The nearly Talmudic analysis follows.

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