Dodgers Sale Formally Approved By Bankruptcy Court

The sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers has been a seemingly endless process, but the procedure took one giant formal step forward on Friday, as a Delware Bankruptcy Court formally approved the Dodgers sale, which was for a record $2.15 billion to Guggenheim Baseball Partners LLC, headlined by Magic Johnson and longtime baseball executive Stan Kasten.

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Judge Kevin Gross made the ruling, and Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times was there, as he has covered the saga of the McCourt ownership for two and a half years, ever since Frank and Jamie McCourt announced their separation.

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Gross: "I want to congratulate Mr. McCourt, who I think was able to see the big picture." #dodgers
Apr 14 via web Favorite Retweet Reply

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The sale can now proceed as planned, and is scheduled to close on April 30, with Frank McCourt taking his nearly billion-dollar profit with him out the door. By then, the Dodgers and their fans can finally move on.

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For more Dodgers news and notes, be sure to read True Blue LA.

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