… nor am I a hater. I see the good he has done as the owner of the Dodgers. I see the mistakes he has made as well. However, he seems to have learned each time he makes a mistake. Overall, the Dodgers are in much better shape than when he took over. His lifestyle seems excessive – in my business, I work with the rich and famous and don’t really care about all their “stuff.” My “stuff” is fine. If I had their money, I wouldn’t live the way they live… but that’s just me. If they want to live excessively (my opinion) that’s their gig.
However, I am sick of this Dodger Divorce. It’s a soap opera and I will no longer talk about it until the case is decided. I’ll take it a step further – I’ll delete any posts or comments on this issue. I don’t want to hear about it. It’s something I don’t care about. I don’t care about “what if.” I care about “what is.” The Dodgers IS.
That’s what I want to focus on: The Dodgers. The baseball part of the business. The players. The coaches. The minor leagues. That’s all. If I can’t do that, I’ll shut this blog down.
This is a Dodger blog – not a McCourt blog. I don’t want it. I won’t have it and I’m done with it. “Frank, I don’t live for you, and hopefully you get that.”
This blog is about Matt Kemp, Jon Broxton, Eric Gagne, Chad Billingsley, James Loney, Clayton Kershaw, Casey Blake, Rafael Furcal, Andre Ethier, Russell Martin and all the rest of the boys.
I am not against Frank McCourt… nor am I for him.
Whatever happens, happens – the Dodgers will thrive, or survive under Frank McCourt.
This is a Dodgers Zone!