The Dodgers' new owners aren't apologizing for the record 2 billion they spent to acquire the franchise.
New Dodgers CEO Mark Walter, heading up Guggenheim Baseball Partners, said the market helped set the price, and that it was an opportunity he couldn't pass up.
"I viewed it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own the most fantastic franchise in all of sports," Water said during a Dodger Stadium press conference introducing the new management.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was on hand as well, offering a simple plan for the new stewards of the Dodgers.
"I have just one piece of advice. Win. A lot," Villaraigosa said before the Dodgers lost 8-5 at Colorado.
Walter's group got off to a fan-friendly start by announcing that regular parking at Dodger Stadium would be reduced immediately from 15 to 10.
Much of the questioning during the press conference revolved around former owner Frank McCourt and his continuing role and involvement in the land surrounding the stadi...