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SBD/November 10, 2011/Franchises
Source Says Dodgers Cannot Move On Free Agents Until Team Is Sold
Published November 10, 2011
THE NEW DEAL: Minor League Baseball yesterday announced it has partnered with O'Malley, his sister Terry Seidler, and former MLBers Chan Ho Park and Hideo Nomo to take over operation of Vero Beach Sports Village (VBSV), formally known as Dodgertown. MiLB will submit for approval the proposed transfer of its VBSV lease to officials with Indian River County, which owns the facility. All five participants would have an equal ownership share in the new entity. O'Malley would serve as Chair & CEO, and MiLB President Pat O'Conner would become President & COO. The Dodgers held spring training camp on the VBSV grounds from '48 until '07, when they relocated to Arizona (MiLB).