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Joe Torre and Rick Caruso are the latest potential owners to bow out of the bidding for the Dodgers. The reason? Frank McCourt is refusing to include the parking lots around Dodger Stadium in the sale of the organization. Is this shrewd business or pure greed?
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I know we are all counting down the days until we can rid ourselves of Frank McCourt. I don't want to get into the McCourt groove too much here because frankly I am trying to have a really good day and talking about Frank will screw that plan in every which way possible. It's funny to me though, you know, how little we actually hear or have to talk about McCheap these...
The Dodgers dangle as Torre and Caruso say they're pulling out of bidding. At issue: Frank McCourt's hold on the parking lots. Is there no braking this guy?Each of us, like it or not, finds his own calling in life. Frank McCourt has found his. He parks cars.
Peter O'Malley has withdrawn his bid to buy the Dodgers, two people familiar with the sale process said Tuesday.
The decision means the O'Malley family will not reclaim the stewardship of the team it owned for nearly half a century, a span during which the Dodgers won all six of their World Series championships.
O'Malley declined to comment. The people who confirmed...
Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports that the joint bid of Joe Torre and Rick Caruso has withdrawn from the Los Angeles Dodgers ownership sweepstakes. Los Angeles developer Rick Caruso and former Dodgers manager Joe Torre have withdrawn a joint bid to buy the Dodgers. Which is fine, as I didn’t want Torre
NEW YORK (AP) - Joe Torre's group has dropped out of bidding for the bankrupt Los Angeles Dodgers because current owner Frank McCourt won't include the parking lots outside the stadium.Whether the lots are included in the sale has been an issue that always has had the potential to become ...
Joe Torre and real estate developer Rick Caruso have withdrawn their joint bid to purchase the Los Angeles Dodgers, The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.
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What a mess. What a complete mess. It’s orchestrated by Frank McCourt, so the shock factor is nil, but still.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Joe Torre's group has dropped out of bidding for the bankrupt Los Angeles Dodgers because current owner Frank McCourt won't include the parking lots outside the stadium.