Dodgers: The Changeup | NBC Southern California

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

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Torre to Join in Bid for Dodgers

Torre to Join in Bid for Dodgers

The former manager plans to join LA real estate developer Rick Caruso in the bid.

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

McCourt Keeping Dodgers?

McCourt Keeping Dodgers?

Maybe Frank McCourt's end game is not to sell the Dodgers after all. It's been five weeks since the team went up for sale, but no one can bid because none of the prospective buyers has the book with the...

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Johnson Wants to Work Magic With Dodgers

Johnson Wants to Work Magic With Dodgers

One of the world's most beloved sports stars said in an interview Friday that he is interested in one of baseball's most prized franchises -- the LA Dodgers.

Monday, Nov 14, 2011

Frank McCourt Finally Speaks

Frank McCourt Finally Speaks

Dodgers Owner Frank McCourt speaks publicly for the 1st time since announcing he has agreed to sell the team. McCourt spoke at Mona Park in Compton where the team was dedicating a new Dodgers Dream Field.

Thursday, Dec 29, 2011

McCourt Agrees to Sell, But Who Will Buy?

McCourt Agrees to Sell, But Who Will Buy?

An agreement between the league and the team's current owner means Dodgers fans can look forward to changes at the top.

Tuesday, Nov 1, 2011

McCourt Close to Dodgers Sale: Report

McCourt Close to Dodgers Sale: Report

Two years of legal disputes over the Dodgers might be nearing an end.

Thursday, Oct 27, 2011

Hints of McCourt Settlement Talks

Hints of McCourt Settlement Talks

A key bankruptcy court hearing in the Dodgers, Frank McCourt case has been postponed, fueling speculation that settlement talks may be underway

Thursday, Dec 29, 2011

Accusations Fly in Dodgers Bankruptcy Case

Accusations Fly in Dodgers Bankruptcy Case

Dodgers owner Frank McCourt is accused by the league of looting nearly $190 million from the Dodgers and putting the money to non-baseball use, according to Delaware bankruptcy court documents filed on Monday.

Monday, Oct 24, 2011

Dodgers Woo Season-Ticket Holders

Dodgers Woo Season-Ticket Holders

The Los Angeles Dodgers announce 2012 season-ticket plans.

Monday, Oct 17, 2011

He Gets Dodgers, She Gets Cash

He Gets Dodgers, She Gets Cash

Frank and Jamie McCourt have reached a divorce settlement under which she would get about $130 million and relinquish any claim to a share of the Dodgers, NBC LA sources confirmed Monday.

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