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    Latest McCourt organizational chart

    When Ma­jor League Base­ball Com­mis­sion­er Bud Se­lig in April ordered an in­vest­ig­a­tion in­to the Dodgers “and re­lated en­tit­ies,” one of the goals was to de­term­ine ex­actly how many en­tit­ies there were and how fin­ances flowed from one en­tity to an­oth­er. The Dodgers’ bank­ruptcy fil­ing last month in­cluded five en­tit­ies, in­clud­ing the team it­self, but the chart be­low re­veals there are many more. Mc­Court’s at­tor­neys have ar­gued the or­gan­iz­a­tion­al struc­ture would al­low him to keep the sta­di­um and sur­round­ing land even if he loses the team, a claim dis­puted by the league.

    Published: July 15, 2011
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