Golisano, owner of the NHL's Buffalo Sabres wants to own a baseball team. He told the Wall Street Journal, " I would welcome the opportunity to own such a fine franchise." Golisano made his wealth as the founder of Paychex Inc. He has no ties to Southern California.
Burt Sugarman, Mary Hart
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Some reports indicate that Hollywood Producer Bert Sugarman could be the frontrunner to land the Dodgers. Sugarman is married to Mary Hart.
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Garvey and Orel Hershiser have lined up financial backing to make a run at the Dodgers.
With offices in Santa Monica and billions of dollars in cash at their disposal, why not?
The Walt Disney Co.
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Former Dodger GM Fred Claire has been working on a Dodgers offer for months. He is alligned with Andy Dolich and Ben Hwang, both of whom have access to financial backing.
Dennis Gilbert is Beverly Hills businessman and former head of Beverly Hills Sports Council. Peter Gammons tweeted on 11/2/11, ' If Fox not in on Dodgers, Dennis Gilbert has the group, the money and most of baseball on his side to restore a great franchise.'
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After paying a huge amount to acquire the TV right for the Lakers, TW is expected to offer around $3 billion for the Dodgers TV rights. Why not just offer $1 billion to buy the team?
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Another billionaire who has rumored to buy the team. Casden is a USC Alum and owns a realty company in Los Angeles.
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Tom Werner, who splits residency between Boston and LA, has been mentioned as a potential buyer for the Dodgers in the past but said he wasn’t interested in exploring the possibility. ** Update** He announced he has no interest in the Dodgers
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Many fans are begging for Peter O'Maller to re-buy and revive the Dodgers Franchsise.
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Former Boxing Champ Oscar De La Hoya has been on camera saying he would be interested in buying the Dodgers if they are up for sale.
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Dallas Maverick's owner said on Wednesday, November 2, 2011, "$1 billion is too much,".
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In September of 2010, FanHouse reported Milwaukee Brewers owner and attorney Mark Attanasio would be a great fit to rescue the Dodgers.
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Alec Gores and Tom Gores: Brotheres who have made their billions in leveraged buyouts have been rumored to buy the Dodgers. 57 year-old, Alec Gores is CEO of Gores Technology Group in Los Angeles. His company owns 75% stake of radio network Westwood One. They may also join an investment group to buy the Dodgers. Tom Gores is currently in the process of purchasing Detroit Pistons.