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Source says that the billionaire, who did not bid on the team, might consider backing a group led by Rick Caruso and Joe Torre, or one headed by Stanley Gold and the family of the late Roy Disney.On the day after Frank McCourt agreed to sell the Dodgers, billionaire Ron Burkle issued a statement that indicated he would consider buying the team.
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Magic Johnson and Joe Torre's groups are among the eight finalists to potentially become the new owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The finalists in the bidding to own the Dodgers include a group led by Magic Johnson, a group led by developer Rick Caruso and former Dodgers Manager Joe Torre, and East Coast hedge-fund giant Steven Cohen.
Blackstone Advisory Partners, the investment bank handling the sale for outgoing owner Frank McCourt, started to notify bidders Friday on whether they would continue in the process...
It isn't often that $1 billion isn't enough money, but that was exactly the case for a lot of prospective Dodger bidders on Friday.Two of the biggest names -- Mark Cuban and Dennis Gilbert -- were informed their initial bids did not get them to the second round.Gilbert getting ousted is not too shocking, as Frank McCourt gets to make the final decision and Gilbert is buddy...
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Frank McCourt has started to cut the number of bidders seeking to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw will be honored on Saturday during the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum's Legacy Awards ceremony in Kansas City's Gem Theater.
The L.A. Times is reporting that the Dodgers now have "at least" eight finalists as the sale of the Dodgers took another step forward in the process. Yeah that "at least" confused me for a second too. Here's how I am putting the pieces together though. Of the original 23 bidders only eight of them made it to the second round. Yes that was an astronomical...
About 10 potential ownership groups hoping to purchase the Los Angeles Dodgers have advanced to the second round of bidding, a source close to the situation said Friday night on condition of anonymity.
NL Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw added another trophy to his case when he received the Warren Spahn Award as the game's top southpaw pitcher from the Oklahoma Sports Museum.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Hedge fund head Steven Cohen and groups including Joe Torre and Magic Johnson have survived the first round of cuts in bidding for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Hedge fund head Steven Cohen and groups including Joe Torre and Magic Johnson have survived the first round of cuts in bidding for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Prospective ownership groups led by former Dodgers manager Joe Torre and former Los Angeles Lakers great and basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson are among at least eight finalists in the bidding to become the next owners of the Dodgers, according to a report by The Los Angeles Times on Friday.
The assumption for Dodgers fans is that anyone will be better than Frank McCourt, and his selling the team can't be anything but good. But there's so much we don't know, and a lot that could go wrong.Anyone is better than Frank McCourt .