After selling the Los Angeles Dodgers for a record $2.15 billion price tag, former team owner Frank McCourt fancies himself an expert businessman and expert on professional sports ownership.
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Frank McCourt is one of the biggest s***heads MLB has ever seen, but you won’t be able to tell based on the words of the soon-to-be new team owners.
Not only did Frank McCourt walk out of the Dodgers bankruptcy sale with potentially $1 billion in profit, but he also appears to have upgraded in the significant other department as well.
If you discount people occupying things, high-profile court cases, and celebrity divorces, there is not a whole lot to talk about as far as news in Los Angeles.
And on November 1st, 2011, Frank McCourt finally agreed to sell the Dodgers and return the beloved franchise to its rightful owners — the fans of Los Angeles.
It’s official: the Los Angeles Dodgers are a national punchline. ESPYs host Seth Meyers spent a good chunk of his opening monologue ripping on the storied franchise for their financial troubles.
Roger Arrieta is a lifelong Dodgers fan who launched a “Mark Cuban Save the Dodgers” movement. He has a site, a Facebook group boasting over 3,000 likes, and a following on twitter.
Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball are embroiled in a legal argument over the irresponsible handling of the historic franchise.