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  1. Dodgers' future still murky

    Rob Neyer

    Given the facts as we've known them, the judge's ruling for Jamie McCourt shouldn't be any real surprise. What does this mean for the Dodgers? Let's turn to Dodger Thoughts: How will this affect the Dodgers on the field? That's unpredictable. Chaos...

    Blog | December 07, 2010
  2. Dodger documents reveal discrepancies

    Rob Neyer

    Bill Shaikin with some juicy (but not prurient) bits from the McCourt trial: Among the promises Frank McCourt made on the day he took over the Dodgers in 2004: He would maintain the Dodgers' player payroll within the top one-quarter of major league ...

    Blog | September 02, 2010
  3. Dodgers a good bet to just keep winning

    Rob Neyer

    More about the Dodgers and various other ambitions from Frank McCourt, who's been talking a lot lately: Court filings in the divorce case revealed that McCourt also remains active in planning for an NFL stadium in the Dodger Stadium parking lot. ...

    Blog | March 24, 2010
  4. 'Project Jamie' posited McCourt as Prez

    Rob Neyer

    As if we need another excuse to make fun of Jamie McCourt, there's this, from the L.A. Times: Jamie McCourt considered whether to parlay her high-profile position with the Dodgers into the pursuit of political offices, including president of the Un...

    Blog | March 17, 2010
  5. McCourt says Dodgers not going cheap

    Rob Neyer

    Why didn't the Dodgers offer arbitration to Randy Wolf? Frank McCourt address this question and many, many more in Jon Weisman's wide-ranging interview. "I think that the downside wouldn't have been horrible," McCourt said, "because he's a very ...

    Blog | February 09, 2010
  6. Tuesday's SportsNation chat

    Rob Neyer

    A couple of highlights from today's SportsNation chat: Wes (LA): Whats your feeling on whether Manny should address his team or not. Torre says its not a big deal and he should do it when he is ready, Frank McCourt is demanding he do it now. T...

    Blog | May 12, 2009