Now, you may be asking yourself just what the heck Randy Moss has anything to do with the Los Angeles Dodgers being sold? Three simple words.
That's right, as reported by the Los Angeles Times' Bill Shaikin, the reported $2 billion dollar deal to take over the Dodgers includes absolutely no financing, ergo, straight cash homie.
Source: #Dodgers deal is all cash, no financing. MLB review will be formality because of no debt added to team liabilities.— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) March 28, 2012
After all the headaches that came along with Frank McCourt's tenure as team owner, it certainly will be a nice change of pace for MLB to know they have about as easy a $2 billion deal that you could possibly have. Magic Johnson, Stan Kasten and Co. are certainly putting smiles on league officials faces right now.
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