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March 08, 2010



Frank McCourt has been a class act since buying the Dodgers. I think that his biggest mistake was in hiring the Billy Beane protoge as GM, but then Frank was a rookie owner. He has spent a lot of money refurbishing the stadium. He's brought in good people (Coletti, Torre) to run the team, and he's saying judge me by my results. I was really impressed with the way he handled the Manny situation last year. He basically told him that you're not getting back on this team unless you clean up your act. McCourt is deep and sincere, not bad qualities for an owner. Its too bad that the wife decided to pursue her antics last year. Coletti will find the players again this year.

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