The Los Angeles Dodgers can learn from what they see across the field tonight as they renew a rivalry with the New York Yankees, the team they will probably overtake for Major League Baseball’s highest payroll in 2014.
The Los Angeles Dodgers can learn from what they see across the field this week as they renew a rivalry with the New York Yankees, the team they will probably overtake for Major League Baseball’s highest payroll in 2014.
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ acquisition of the Boston Red Sox’s three highest-paid players last month fit the team’s business model, Stan Kasten, Dodgers chief executive officer, said at the Bloomberg Sports Business Summit hosted by Bloomberg Link in New York.
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ new ownership group is confident about making a return on its record $2.3 billion investment and the addition of All-Stars Hanley Ramirez, Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett and Carl Crawford fits into that plan, Chief Executive Officer Stan Kasten said.
The new owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers will need more than great play on the field to justify the record $2.15 billion they paid for the baseball team. They may need to transform the real estate surrounding Dodger Stadium into a money maker, succeeding where their predecessors failed.
Magic Johnson’s winning $2.3 billion offer for the Los Angeles Dodgers probably was fueled by what one sports economist called a “wild bidding process” that will unfold between Time Warner Cable Inc. and News Corp.’s Fox Sports for the Major League Baseball team’s broadcast rights.
Dwight Howard is still in Orlando as the National Basketball Association season prepares to tip off almost two months late. How long he stays there is among the league’s biggest questions, one month after a new labor agreement erased the chance there wouldn’t be a season at all.