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Is Time Warner Cable's Interest In Dodgers Ownership Merely About TV Rights?
Published January 6, 2012
TORRE A GOOD PICK: Joe Torre this week resigned from his post as MLB Exec VP/Baseball Operations to pursue an ownership opportunity with the Dodgers, and in DC, Dick Heller wrote if Torre and “his pals succeed, with Joe becoming chief of baseball operations, it could be the best news for Dodgers fans since Sandy Koufax learned how to throw strikes.” It is “hard to root against Torre,” as he would be “the best possible choice to oversee baseball operations for the Bums and possibly the best choice to restore a club that has fallen on hard times" since the McCourts bought the club in '04 (WASHINGTON TIMES, 1/5).