Dodgers’ Owners’ Divorce Goes Nine Innings

by Annette Burns on July 10, 2010

Divorces involving this much property and this much public interest (although I'm not a Dodgers' fan) really shouldn't make the papers.  If the parties could reach an agreement on their own, the whole thing could be kept very quiet and they could keep their dignity.  Think Elin and Tiger—while dignity only runs one way in that couple, they are still smart enough to keep all the details away from the press.

But the McCourts in LA aren't that smart, so their divorce details are still hitting the papers. Tell me if you think I'm wrong, but it appears that someone is a bit greedy, in light of their apparent written agreement about property ownership.  
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