Padres owner John Moores and a group fronted by local businessman Ron Fowler and including the O’Malley family have entered into an exclusive negotiating window as Moores works to sell the club, according to CBSSports.com sources.
Remaining bidders for the Los Angeles Dodgers have been told they will be scheduled for meetings with Major League Baseball’s ownership committee early next month.
BS2 has learned that Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt believes he might fetch $2 billion for the franchise. Approximately 12 groups submitted bids by Monday’s deadline, with our sources telling us that it appears Mark Cuban and Dennis Gilbert will not advance to the next round of bidding.
Former Dodgers owner Peter O’Malley has submitted one of the more than 10 bids for ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday’s “soft” deadline.
Billionaire hedge-fund executive Steve Cohen is leading the pack in efforts to acquire the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The battle over the bankrupt Crystal Cathedral heated up Monday with two major bidders going to court to get ownership.
Why pay $3 billion to acquire the television rights when you can own the team for 1/3 of that price?
The battle over who owns the Dodgers remains in limbo after a judge put an ownership hearing on hold Thursday.
For the 11th consecutive year, Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig fielded questions submitted by fans on mlb.com.
A person familiar with the situation says the Los Angeles Dodgers have fired Steve Garvey for his attempts to buy the team that he helped to the 1981 World Series title.
Mark Cuban is fresh off winning a NBA title with the Dallas Mavericks, but still casts an eye toward owning a baseball team one day, and may have interest in the Dodgers as TMZ reports (with video).
Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt has paid his major league bills — for now.
Local real estate developer Stanley Stalford is heading up a campaign by a group of Dodger fans who hopes to one day buy the team from embattled owner Frank McCourt.
Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt says he will travel to New York to meet with Major League Baseball executives about the recent appointment of a monitor to run the team.
Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti is operating under the same budgetary guidelines he had before Major League Baseball seized control of the team and said Friday he reports to owner Frank McCourt until an administrator is appointed by Commissioner Bud Selig.