Report: Source refutes firm's hiring

Updated: June 14, 2010, 7:38 PM ET

Quoting a source, a Newsday report refutes claims that the New York Mets are working with a real estate firm in the club's attempt to lure the NHL's New York Islanders to Queens.

Fanhouse.com published a report on Monday that the Queens-based Mets have hired Jones Lang LaSalle, a real estate firm involved with the Madison Square Garden renovations. But a Newsday source indicated the Mets have no interest in working with them -- telling the paper: "They have not been hired and they ...

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