Molly Knight

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Reporter for ESPN the Magazine; author of The Best Team Money Can Buy

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The Dodgers kick off a two-game series against the Oakland A’s up in the Bay Area tomorrow.

Dodgers: Winning the Money Game

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After Frank McCourt took the Dodgers into  bankruptcy  yesterday, Major League Baseball said he was "pursuing his own financial interests at the expense of the club."

MLB Slams Dodgers Bankruptcy Filing

After Frank McCourt took the Dodgers into bankruptcy yesterday, Major League Baseball said he was "pursuing his own financial interests at the expense of the club."

from Which Way, L.A.?

Now that Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has rejected Frank McCourt's deal with Fox Sports TV, McCourt has until next Thursday to meet the Dodgers' next payroll.

Judge Pushes Dodgers Closer to Sale

Now that Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has rejected Frank McCourt's deal with Fox Sports TV, McCourt has until next Thursday to meet the Dodgers' next payroll.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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