i dont know the exact management structure of any of my favorite sports teams, so i am not concerned with this at all. what, am i supposed to get all worked up because some people i do not know have concerns over something nobody knows anything about? then when these people i don't know give their seal of approval (which we all know they will) i am supposed to be relieved that some changes (of course we will never know what the changes were) were made to something i knew nothing about in the first place?
i'll pass. i would rather just go ahead and sit back and wait for May 1st, then make a thread directed at AugustaGJ, Dodgersangels, and all these other agenda-having posters what happened to all the doom and gloom scenarios about the sale of our team.
you dont have to refresh my memory. you were the same guy on here going on and on about how you didnt think there was ANY way Frank McCourt would end up having to sell.
how'd that great prediction turn out?
Well at least one person who is still concerned about Byran Stow was willing to point out that what happened in Oakland was equally wrong, and equally tragic.
I personally believe we should be thanking Bryan Stow, look at the chain of events that transpired after getting beat into a coma.
I think Bryan helped get rid of Frank. If the beating did not happen attendance would not have dropped far enough for Frank to borrow payroll from Fox and the spotlight that created. Frank could have hung on until 2014 and received his media package, we could have been stuck with him forever.
Thank You Bryan
Wow, what a revelation. If he would have just kept quiet, the Dodgers would have remained a 2nd rate franchise under Frank. This rivalry takes so many unexpected twist and turns. People have been slamming Dodger fans all year for this, not knowing that this was actually our liberation from Frank.