The Los Angeles Times is reporting a settlement may be near between Major League Baseball and Frank McCourt to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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After months of saying, and adamantly, that he was not going to sell the Dodgers, a report in the LA Times suggests Frank McCourt is exploring the option.
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Without the TV deal (which according to the court document includes a $385 million loan), not only is the settlement in jeopardy, but Frank McCourt is still in serious danger of running so low on cash that he can’t meet the June 30 Dodger payroll. I
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