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  1. Dodgers at moment of truth with TV deal

    Ramona Shelburne

    Magic Johnson said a lot of things at the press conference in May of 2012 when he and his partners with Guggenheim Baseball Management were introduced as the new owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The one thing anyone remembers is that he lowered...

    Blog | March 29, 2014
  2. Los Angeles Dodgers could face financial challenges in future - M...

    Dan Szymborski

    The Dodgers have a new TV deal that will bring them lots of money. But as Dan Szymborski explains, even a $300 million payroll can't guarantee them a winner forever.

    Story | Conversation | January 28, 2013
  3. The Price of Contention: The TV-money pipeline

    Mark Saxon

    The Los Angeles Dodgers' new owners have spent more than $600 million in acquiring players since they bought the team less than one year ago. They will enter the 2013 season with the highest payroll, at more than $220 million, in baseball history. ...

    Blog | January 22, 2013
  4. Terry Francona's book describes Boston Red Sox owners as image-co...

    The owners of the Boston Red Sox were preoccupied with sagging TV ratings and hired marketing consultants who urged the team to place a greater emphasis on "good-looking stars," according to an excerpt from a book co-authored by Terry Francona.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2013
  5. Random thoughts: Dodgers strike it rich

    David Schoenfield

    According to reports, the Los Angeles Dodgers could strike a new local TV deal with FOX Sports that would pay them $6 to $7 billion over 25 years -- or $240 million to $280 million per season. Enough money, in other words, to buy Zack Greinke and ...

    Blog | November 28, 2012
  6. The Dodgers are a hit -- at least for TV

    Darren Rovell

    Editor's note: This story appears in the Nov. 12 issue of ESPN The Magazine. Subscribe today! If those who laughed at what Guggenheim Partners, Magic Johnson and longtime sports executive Stan Kasten paid in March for the Los Angeles Dodgers knew ...

    Blog | November 07, 2012
  7. 2 plays that saved the season, so far

    Mark Saxon

    Don Mattingly figures he'll spend his free time after the Los Angeles Dodgers take batting practice Monday in his office, with the TV tuned to the St. Louis CardinalsSt. Louis Cardinals ' game against the Cincinnati Reds. "It's hard not to badmout...

    Blog | October 01, 2012
  8. Vin Scully, 84, to return to Los Angeles Dodgers TV booth in 2013...

    Mark Saxon

    Vin Scully, one of baseball's most beloved broadcasters, is sticking around for another year with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

    Story | Conversation | August 26, 2012