Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt wants a judge to reduce the amount of spousal support he’s paying to his ex-wife in their divorce battle over ownership of the team.
A scathing article about Dodgers’ owners Frank and Jamie McCourt hits newsstands Thursday.
An attorney for Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt says baseball Commissioner Bud Selig didn’t act in good faith when he rejected a proposed television deal that would help rescue the troubled franchise.
If Major League Baseball approves the deal with the Dodgers and Fox, $385 million will be paid upfront.
Frank and Jamie McCourt have reached a settlement in their divorce case. The Dodgers’ owners agreed Friday to a one day trial scheduled for Aug. 4, to determine the issue of ownership of the team.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) Frank McCourt and his ex-wife are back in court Monday afternoon trying to work out their divorce settlement. KNX 1070′s John Brooks Reports It’s a trial whose outcome will decide the Dodgers’ […]
Jamie McCourt claims the couple’s joint worth is an estimated $1.2 billion – most of which is tied up in property holdings – but Frank is publicly expressing regret over the couple’s financial choices.
The Dodgers aren’t the only assets affected by the McCourt divorce proceedings. The L.A. Marathon could also be on the auction block.
When Frank McCourt bought the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2004 with his then-wife Jamie at his side, he promised to restore a treasured franchise that hadn’t made the playoffs in seven years and hemorrhaged tens of millions of dollars under its previous owner.
Settlement talks have resumed in the divorce case of Jamie and Frank McCourt involving ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers after a judge ruled a postnuptial marital agreement they signed was invalid.
Attorneys for former Los Angeles Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt have asked a judge to order the sale of the team in order to prevent a possible seizure of the club by Major League Baseball from her ex-husband.
Bud Selig’s newest ally in the fight against Frank McCourt may be his ex-wife, Jamie McCourt.
A former baseball executive appointed by Commissioner Bud Selig to help monitor the troubled Los Angeles Dodgers was relieved of his duties after it was discovered he was a paid consultant last year to ex-team CEO Jamie McCourt.
Multiple sources say that the Los Angeles Dodgers will not be able to make payroll at the end of May, without taking out another significant loan.
Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt will travel to New York on Wednesday to meet with Major League Baseball executives, while the man appointed to oversee the team’s daily operations will make his first public appearance in Los Angeles.