BAD DAY FOR: Riches for Queens, as the New York Mets’ late-season collapse will cost the team as much as $15 million in postseason revenue. The team’s failure could also impact next season’s ticket and ad sales. With 17 games to go in regular season play, the Mets went from leading their division by seven games to losing even the Wild Card slot. (CNNMoney.com)
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