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    Dodgers: The Big Chair and Thoughts on the Colletti Era

    “The big chair isn’t a recliner.  It’s a hot seat that never relents.” Ned Colletti, Former GM of the Los Angeles Dodgers Colletti’s Legacy On November 16th, 2005, Ned Colletti was hired as the tenth General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers.  He would ultimately serve in that role over the course of the next […] More

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    Welcome To Dodgers, Inc.

    After enduring another disappointing end to a season of ups and downs, Dodger fans find themselves in a haze. What will it take to finally win another World Series? Unfortunately for us, ownership might not care that much. Let me break it down for you. Obviously Dodger fans are disappointed after another horrendous crash and […] More

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    Dodgers News: Selig Worried About Franchise During McCourt Era

    [new_royalslider id=”75″] Frank McCourt purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers in January of 2004 for $430 million in a deal leveraged by debt. With the change in ownership came hope and promise of restoring the team to its successful and historic standing as one of MLB’s greatest franchises. In McCourt’s first season as owner, the Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers News And Rumors: Jury Finds Dodgers Negligent In Stow Case

    [new_royalslider id=”76″] On Opening Day in 2011, a horrific incident occurred in which Bryan Stow was beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot. Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood were charged for the beating and Stow would spend the next two years in hospitals and rehab centers. The Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were accused […] More

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    Jury Finds Dodgers, Not Frank McCourt, Liable In Bryan Stow Case

    [new_royalslider id=”76″] After a thrilling win on Opening Day at Dodger Stadium in 2011, the focus was shifted away from what transpired on the field to what took place in the parking lot. Bryan Stow, who had just witnessed the San Francisco Giants lose by one run to the Dodgers, was a victim of a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Ex-Owner McCourt Says He Brought Value To Franchise

    [new_royalslider id=”199″] Frank McCourt’s tenure as owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers came to an unceremonious end as bankruptcy and the senseless beating in a Dodger Stadium parking lot of San Francisco Giants fan Brian Stow cast dark clouds over the storied franchise. In an auction-style bidding-war, McCourt sold in 2012 to the Guggenheim Baseball […] More

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    One Person Just Can’t Let Go Of McCourt…

    The Dodgers are 24-11, and enjoying the best record in baseball. They lead the National League West by 6.0 games over the Giants and 9.5 games over the Diamondbacks. New ownership officially took over on May 1st 2012.  Fans are excited, crowds at the stadium are slowly increasing, oh and parking went from $15 to […] More

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    Does McCourt Get It?

    Will Frank McCourt Show Up At The Dodgers Home Opener? I understand Frank McCourt wants to enjoy being an owner for his final few weeks. However, I was shocked to see him at the Dodgers Opening Day game in San Diego. On the right side of him (our left) is new owner Magic Johnson. The […] More

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    It’s Official : Frank McCourt Has 3 Finalist Approved

    Frank Has One Week To Choose The Winning Bidder Today, MLB owners hosted a conference call at 5:00pm ET to vote on the final 3 bidders. Each bidder needed approval of 75% or more to move on to the final round of bidding, exclusively with Frank McCourt. Bill Shaikin just reported that all 3 bidders […] More

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