Just 2% of his fortune


The New York Mets wants to compete in a great way in the MLB, therefore, the owner of the New York Mets has invested a large amount of money in high-caliber players, although it does not represent much for his total fortune.

Steve Cohen
© David Dee Delgado | Getty ImagesSteve Cohen

New York Mets It has been one of the teams that received a significant injection of capital, being able to carry out high-impact signatures to compete in style in the Major League Baseball (MLB)being an example of this (half) last season.

in regular season They did their thing after exceeding 100 victories (101-61). Nevertheless, about the end Of the same they felllosing the lead in the NL East, and a matter of days, they stopped being the second best seed to fight in the Postseason Wild Card.

Due to this setback they had to face in the wild card against san diego padres, saying goodbye to the Playoffs early. Yes, showed great progress after winning a hundred games, but there is still much way to go.

New York Mets signings in numbers

The New York Mets Revolution has been courtesy of Steve Cohen, millionaire owner of the organization that has made large amounts of money available to the institution in order to build a solid and competitive payroll.

The ‘Metropolitans’ have spent almost $400 million dollars ($386 million)however, for Cohen it only represents the 2.1% from his fortuna valued at close of $18 billion dollars.

The signatures stars of the organization he side Brandon Nimmo ($162 million)Edwin Diaz ($102 million)Justin Verlander ($86 million)David Robertson ($10 million) and Jose Quintana ($26 million).


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