It’s been two years of hell and high water. Now that Muammar Gaddafi is dead, Frank McCourt is the most hated person on the planet – well at least Top 10 anyway.
Even Frank McCourt has a breaking point. Has he hit the wall and is he ready to walk away? Jamie is gone and by all accounts, the McCourt boys aren’t all that interested in owning the Dodgers. Frank may realize that “it ain’t worth it anymore.” It does appear that he will be willing to walk, under the right situation. That situation may very well be that MLB ends up buying the Dodgers… It could happen. If it happens, it will be soon. Frank is getting tired. I think that he may be willing to walk away. We can only hope…
It’s ironic, because as much as Frank has been accused of pillaging and looting the team, the baseball side of the business is in excellent shape. The Dodgers have lots of loyal, competent employees who know what they are doing and under new ownership they can be poised to make a splash. The minor league system, while not spectacular, is certainly “middle of the pack” with plenty of strong, young arms.
- I think Frank will reach a settlement with his old law firm that pays off Jamie; and
- If MLB gives him HIS price (and Bud will because he wants him gone), Frank could be outtahere, like real soon! We can only hope…
- It’s nice to see Doug Mxcszsbjhaktenneixcjz back as a Dodger Instructor – he’s a good dude.
- Hong-chih Kuo is having his arm surgically reattached for the 56th time – look for him to return to the Dodgers with an incentive-laden deal.