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MoneyBall Too – A Documentary of Greed in LA Baseball and Business



Local Filmmaker, Tom Wilson, creates a documentary on the greed that has taken over Los Angeles Dodger Baseball and the resulting blackout that has plagued the city for the past three years.

The film premiered earlier this week at the USC Annenberg Institue of Sports, Media and Society and included interviews with New York times reporter Richard Sandomir, Annenberg media director Daniel Durbin, baseball reporter Bill Shaikin and LA Times’ Bill Plaschke.

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Wilson’s film is current free for everyone to view until 9pm tonight and will cost a small fee on Vimeo to keep or rent, so support the cause and let’s pray we can watch our Dodgers soon.

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h/t: Los Feliz Ledger

Written by Gary Lee

Born and raised in Los Angeles. Huge Lakers and Dodgers fan with a passion for building websites and online communities. Find me on LinkedIn

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