You know better than any of us whether or not the Wilpon's can crawl out from under their current leverage burden.
I'm guessing it's an iffy proposition for you to have been interested to begin with. You don't seem like a minority owner type of guy.
But "Iffy" still leaves a chance - and any chance is too much a chance for us loyalists.
Stay in the game. Shape the environment. Help turn "iffy" into when hell freezes over.
Time to pray for a commercial real estate market rebound. That in turn, could provide them the collateral needed to re-finance the notes soon due on the stadium and SNY.
Failure to raise the $200m likely starts the countdown clock to new ownership.
Maybe you're biding your time. Waiting for financial gravity to exert its inevitable force.
It's harder for us to remain still. Maybe we can help each other.
Couldn't you help them fail.
Nothing shady. Certainly nothing unethical. But something that would ... help us help you.
You know the type of folks who might be interested in buying the Wilpon's slice.
They've got egos. And they've got money. And at least some, if not most, didn't accrue that kind of money by making stupid investments.
They like a good deal. Or at least a better deal.
Make it known that anyone accepting the current Wilpon term sheet is a fool. Could do better. Will do better . . . if you're the new owner.
Can't hurt can it?