Mets owner agrees to pay $50K for CO2 meter

Jun 22, 2021 calculation

New York Mets owner Todd Rosenberg has agreed to pay more than $50,000 to a nonprofit for the installation of a CO2 monitor in the clubhouse, the team announced Thursday.

The Metroparks Foundation will pay for the new meter, which Rosenberg agreed to install in mid-October.

The foundation will also provide $50 of its own money for installation, the Mets said in a statement.

“Todd Rosenberg is a true believer in public health and his commitment to making New York City a healthier place is apparent from the way he has been leading the Mets and their fans toward a more sustainable environment,” the Mets statement said.

“As he continues to lead the Mets to a championship, we look forward to partnering with Metropark on future upgrades.”

Rosenberg owns the Mets.

The team had not disclosed the terms of the agreement.

In 2016, Rosenberg purchased the Mets from owner Scott Boras for $1.6 billion.

In 2017, he bought the Mets for $2.1 billion.

The Mets are currently playing in the National League Division Series against the New York Yankees.

The Mets have the worst record in baseball, winning a franchise-worst 33 games last season.

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