These are not happy times for the Dodgers. They're bankrupt and at the center of a hate triangle between the McCourts and Bud Selig. The worst part is how easily this all could have been avoided. While the team is struggling to make payroll from month to month, the McCourts' pre-divorce personal expenses could cover…
Kind-of Dodgers owner Frank McCourt toured cable television yesterday, pleading his case. Here are some of the things he said. They are totally not the ramblings of a man who has lost all money and control.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like Jamie McCourt, recent divorcee and current possessor of Frank McCourt's balls in the batshit divorce case that gets batshittier by the day.
Frank and Jamie McCourt, those feudin' and fussin' co-owners and estranged spouses, spent good money — really good money — on an elderly man who sat at home in Boston, watched Dodgers games on TV, and sent positive energy.
Frank McCourt has big plans for the Dodgers brand. Try a football stadium, couple of cable channels, expansion to China, and — because it's worked so well for American owners — a Premier League team.
The Frank McCourt divorce gets more bizarre by the day. After last week's mini-scandal featuring a homewrecking chauffeur and the Taiwanese goverment, I have to wonder why this isn't the biggest sports story going.
The divorce of Dodgers owner Frank McCourt from his wife Jamie is about to get even uglier than what many assumed would already be a contentious dissolution of marriage proceeding after McCourt sent a nasty termination letter to his wife.