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Bankruptcy Court Approves Dodgers' Settlements With MLB, FSN
Published January 11, 2012
"The settlements will allow the (sale) process to proceed without distraction," said bankruptcy court Judge Kevin Gross. "I know it's been a tough case, and at times, an emotional one. The fact the parties were able to put their differences aside and enter a settlement that clearly is in everyone's best interest is a credit." The Dodgers are expected to set a new record sale price for an MLB franchise.