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Frank McCourt

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  • Jamie McCourt sells Holmby Hills home for $6.5 million

    Jamie McCourt sells Holmby Hills home for $6.5 million
    In what could be the first of several housing sales, Jamie McCourt unloaded her swimming pool in Holmby Hills — and the nearly 8,400-square-foot house that goes with it — for $6,525,000 last month, public records show. Divorcing Dodgers...
  • Magic Johnson-led group is picked as Dodgers' next owner

    Magic Johnson-led group is picked as Dodgers' next owner
    A group led by Lakers legend Magic Johnson emerged Tuesday night as the new owners of the Dodgers, ending months of uncertainty for the storied but troubled baseball franchise. Johnson, who guided the Lakers to five NBA championships during the...
  • MLB owners vote Tuesday, auction starts Wednesday

    MLB owners vote Tuesday, auction starts Wednesday
    Major league owners are expected to approve the three remaining Dodgers bidders on Tuesday, enabling Frank McCourt to start an auction for the team on Wednesday. By the time the auction is over -- late Wednesday, perhaps, or later this week -- the...
  • In L.A., dreams can come true: Magic Johnson's group buys Dodgers

    In L.A., dreams can come true: Magic Johnson's group buys Dodgers
    This is the part where I try not to act all gleeful, and fail miserably. Fail happily. Magic Johnson’s group has won the Dodgers. Can you paint a monster grin in a blog? Is there an app for that? Who knew failing could be so completely wondrous....
  • MLB approves all three final bidders

    Major league owners approved the three remaining Dodgers bidders Tuesday, enabling Frank McCourt to start an auction for the team on Wednesday. By the time the auction is over -- late Wednesday, perhaps, or later this week -- the Dodgers are expected to...
  • Smile, it's Magic! What could go wrong? Well . . .

    Smile, it's Magic! What could go wrong? Well . . .
    It sounds so good. You trade Magic for McCourt and how can it be a bad deal? But then you know me, Clayton Kershaw goes eight wonderful innings and all I can think about is Jonathan Broxton warming up. I hear Magic Johnson's name and I'm wondering who...
  • Magic Johnson does realize Stan Kasten is an executive, right?

    Magic Johnson does realize Stan Kasten is an executive, right?
    Every time Magic Johnson and Guggenheim money-man Mark Walter give an interview about their group taking over the Dodgers, there is a familiar refrain: Stan Kasten is the baseball guy. Only is he? Kasten made his baseball name as a baseball...
  • O'Malley: Magic won't let Dodgers fans down

    O'Malley: Magic won't let Dodgers fans down
    Former Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley, who made an unsuccessful bid to buy back the franchise his family ran for nearly half a century, said Wednesday he was delighted that a group fronted by Lakers legend Magic Johnson would become the new owner of the...
  • Thirteen Dodgers questions for the morning after Magic Johnson

    Thirteen Dodgers questions for the morning after Magic Johnson
    Is there such a thing as a nonalcoholic hangover? When you wake up and think, did that really happen last night? Oh, yes, it absolutely did. Magic Johnson’s group did buy the Dodgers. And if  you feel like Snoopy with your little happy feet...
  • Review: 'Calico Joe' by John Grisham hits for average

    John Grisham is to literature what Cheerios are to a rushed breakfast, something you buy in bulk and consume without too much thought. Honestly, I'm relieved when a new Grisham book doesn't weigh more than I do. Yet his newest work, "Calico Joe," is as...
  • If sold, how much would Yankees fetch?

    Upward to $3 billion Steve Gould Baltimore Sun An awful lot of money. We're talking way more than any American sports team has been sold for before. Forbes valued the Yankees at $1.85 billion in March, and the general belief among experts and analysts...