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The Daily Sports Herald:
With the joyous news that Frank McCourt's toxic reign at Chavez Ravine will soon be ending, it is easy for fans to forget that the Dodgers still have a flawed, punchless lineup outside of MVP-candidate Matt Kemp. Today Los Angeles took a baby step toward fixing that problem, as the team announced that they have signed outfielder Juan Rivera to a one-year contract.
The move not only provides a
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a one-year, $4.5 million contract with outfielder Juan Rivera, major-league sources told FOXSports.com.
The deal, which is pending a physical exam, will pay Rivera a $4 million base salary during the 2012 season. It includes a $4 million club option for 2013 (with a $500,000 buyout) and $500,000 in performance bonuses each year, one source...
The long, painful nightmare that was the McCourt Era in LA will soon be coming to an end, with the news that the embattled owner has agreed to finally put the team up for sale.
The Los Angeles Dodgers signed outfielder Juan Rivera to a one-year deal, the team announced Thursday.
Court documents show Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt must pay his former wife, Jamie, $131 million by the end of April as part of their divorce settlement.
The terms of the binding settlement were filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday. If he comes up with the money before April 30, 2012, $1 million per month will be shaved from his tab.
Frank McCourt and Major...
Very cool news from the Bryan Stow website today.
The 42-year old paramedic and father of three, who is in a Northern California rehabilitation center still recovering from the vicious attack he suffered at the hands of two LA gang bangers at Dodger Stadium on Mar. 31, wrote his name for the first time since the incident sparked outrage across the baseball world.
“[It] speaks volumes...
It's a rare day you'll hear me agree with almost any elected official, but it's hard to dispute LA County Supervisor Mike Antonovich:
"Frank McCourt's pathetic legacy from shirking responsibility in the Bryan Stow beating case was further soiled by the inference that Bryan had culpability in his own severe beating," he said.
"As a Dodger fan and an...
LOS ANGELES -- Frank McCourt has agreed to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers, surrendering the team he fought to retain for two years and in two courts.
Days of Our Lives, the McCourt Season is nearing a close. The rollercoaster ride that is the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise has been sold, and the villainous owner Frank McCourt is being shipped out of LA as we speak. We cannot confirm if his ex-wife’s limo driver will be taking him to the airport, but, we did catch a glimpse of the custom U-Haul’s that Bud Selig has sent to...
Dodgers fans weren't sure this day would ever arrive.I always enjoy seeing that old 1958 photo of Walter Alston riding in the Edsel down Broadway in the welcoming parade. Hey, why don't we get that Edsel out of mothballs and present it to Frank McCourt for his drive back to Boston? It's the least we can do to show our appreciation.
In a divorce settlement filed Thursday, Jamie McCourt keeps two homes in Malibu, one in Holmby Hills and one in Vail, Colo. Frank keeps two Massachusetts homes.Within 48 hours of agreeing to sell the Dodgers, team owner Frank McCourt officially surrendered his claim to what had been his Los Angeles homes.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt must pay his former wife and ex-team CEO Jamie McCourt $131 million by the end of April as part of their divorce settlement, according to a binding settlement filed Thursday.