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Will McCourt Give Up Dodgers Quietly?

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Frank McCourt has a choice.

He can fight Commissioner Bud Selig, who, after seven years of watching the Los Angeles Dodgers recede into financial and moral chaos, of measuring McCourt’s assurances that the ugliness and gluttony was temporary and solvable, on Wednesday took control of McCourt’s team.

Or he can surrender the Dodgers, get on with his life, skin some other suckers in some other town, and take his three-deep roster of lawyers with him.

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