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Bud Selig: "No Predetermined Outcome" To Dodgers Inquiries
Published May 12, 2011
Former Rangers President and U.S. Ambassador Tom Schieffer continues to monitor the club, while MLB outside legal counsel Proskauer Rose is leading the investigation into the club's finances. Those efforts continue without a set timetable. McCourt, meeting face-to-face yesterday with Selig, sought again to convey the significant time urgency of his financial issues. But Selig said to reporters today only that he is proceeding "expeditiously." "Nobody is using the Dean Smith four-corner offense. We're trying to move as fast as possible."
Meanwhile, current Rangers President Nolan Ryan, as expected, was formally approved as the new designated control exec for the club, replacing the departed Chuck Greenberg. Selig, in the midst of praising the team's recent growth under Ryan, joked there was "intense debate on the vote for maybe 12 seconds."
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