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Bud Selig Tired Of Questions About Frank McCourt

The entire Frank McCourt saga in Los Angeles has been taxing to say the least, and seemingly never-ending. It has been two years since his divorce battle with his wife Jamie began, and the embattled owner has taken the Los Angeles Dodgers into bankruptcy. A key hearing on the Dodgers and their television rights was to begin on Monday, but earlier this week the hearing was delayed until November 29, yet another maddening delay.

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But there was seemingly hope with this delay, with reports of McCourt and MLB working on a possible settlement that would have McCourt sell the team. Commissioner Bud Selig held court with reporters in St. Louis before Game 7 of the World Series on Friday night, and delivered what may be the quote of the week. From ASAP Sports:

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Well, good for you, it only took one damn question to get to Frank McCourt. (Laughter). If my wife wasn't here... (laughter). We're in litigation, as I've told you on a myriad of occasions. I understand the question, and we'll just keep working. That's all. There's nothing more I can say, nothing more I should say. But as all of you understand, once litigation arises -- I don't like to be restrained on any subject, especially today, but that's all I can say.

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Bolded for emphasis. Even Bud Selig is getting fed up with Frank McCourt. There will be an end to this saga, I think.

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Someday.

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