There were rumours that Steve Cohen, the owner of the New York Mets,
had to take urgent action to resolve a dispute over the team's logo in September 2020.
The Philadelphia Phillies' divisional rivals, the Mets, had released a patch with the team's emblem in similar colours.
The patch was viewed negatively by Mets supporters, who felt it was disrespectful to their team.
Steve Cohen acknowledged the error and promised to make it right.
The patch was swiftly taken down from the Mets' storefronts and website,
and those who had already purchased it were given refunds.
Following that, the club issued a fresh patch with the proper colors, which was well greeted by supporters.
“The trouble with not having a goal is that you can spend your life running up and down the field and never score.”