Is there such a thing as a nonalcoholic hangover? When you wake up and think, did that really happen last night?
Oh, yes, it absolutely did.
Here are 13, because I like odd numbers:
Hard to weep for someone with a $131-million payday coming next month, but that still leaves her about $450 million shy of her half of the Dodgers.
2) What exactly does it mean that
Easily the most disappointing aspect to this sale is that McCourt has apparently kept an interest in the parking lots. Unimaginable.
3) If Guggenheim is going to be the main owner, does that mean the Dodgers finally get a museum?
4) If the Dodgers are worth $2 billion, what are the
5) If you were buying the Los Angeles Dodgers, why would you have a press conference announcing the sale in New York?
Guess that occurred to them too. The New York press conference on Wednesday was called off.
6) Is concern by The Times' T.J. Simers correct on the possible return of Magic confidant Lon Rosen? I love rock 'n' roll, just not between batters.
7) Does Magic as the head man and Stan Kasten as the main baseball executive kill the other dream of Derrick Hall returning to the Dodgers?
8) What is the world's record for most money ever made by taking a company into bankruptcy? This has to be it, right?
9) Do you spend $2 billion on a sports team and not plan to create a dynasty?
10) Does Magic's group automatically mean the fans will return?
11) If you’re
This is a contract year for Ethier, who can become a free agent at the end of the season.
12) Really, exactly who is Mark Walter?