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Juan Uribe #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers looks on during a game against the Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium.
Home town team owner Frank McCourt came out swinging in a news conference on the East Coast yesterday, declaring “Nobody handed the Dodgers to me… Nobody is going to take them away.” But baseball commissioner Bud Selig has another idea. Ever since he announced that Major League Baseball was taking over the operations of the team, he has moved forward by appointing former ambassador Tom Schieffer as trustee, some would say “Boss,” to oversee the business operations and finances of the team. What will Frank do? He says he’ll protect his rights, but does he really have any rights left?
Matt “Money” Smith, co-host of “The Petros & Money Show” on Fox Sports Radio, heard locally on AM 570 KLAC