A look at what's on deck in the LA Dodgers ownership saga

McCourt Divorce Final

Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon on Thursday signed off on the settlement reached in November

By Scott Weber
|  Friday, Feb 10, 2012  |  Updated 10:34 AM PDT
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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 15: Owner Frank McCourt,(center) with wife and Dodgers president, Jamie McCourt, far right

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The divorce between outgoing Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his former wife Jamie is final.

Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon on Thursday signed off on the settlement reached in November that calls for Frank McCourt to pay his ex-wife $131 million by the end of April.

In August, Jamie McCourt said in court documents that she paid nearly $10 million in attorneys' fees.

Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball agreed late last year that the Dodgers and the team's media rights would be sold. The team filed for bankruptcy protection in June after the league rejected a television contract with Fox.

Among those who have expressed interest in buying the Dodgers is a group that includes former manager Joe Torre and another group with ex-Los Angeles Lakers star Magic Johnson.
 

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