Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl The two owners of the New York Mets, their families and businesses were collectively one of the largest beneficiaries of Bernard Madoff’s fraud, reaping about $300 million in fictitious profits, according to a lawsuit unsealed on Friday. The baseball team itself had 16 Madoff accounts, from which more than $90 million in fictitious profits were withdrawn and used to help fund the team’s “day-to-day operations,” according to the suit filed by Irving Picard, the bankruptcy trustee recovering money for Madoff victims.