After a long and drawn out process to determine the Wilpon's fate in the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme, it's finally come to a conclusion.
irving Picard, the trustee suing the defendants that included the Wilpon's, received that sum after seeking $303 million in court.
Amazingly, the Ponzi scheme cost Madoff's investors over $20 billion in principal, according to Picard. The prosecution has claimed that Madoff's rip-off is the biggest of its kind in history.
It's mercifully the end of the story in what has been just another chapter in the long, strange road for the Mets franchise lately.
Between the collapses, injury problems and financial woes, this is undoubtedly a welcome bit of news for New York fans, who have seen their team in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.