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MLB Not Expected To Let Dodgers Default On Team Payroll
Published May 6, 2011
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MLB loaned the Rangers money last year to meet payroll, though the Dodgers situation is different and more fractious between McCourt and Commissioner Bud Selig. "It would be absolute chaos," said a source of Dodgers players potentially becoming free agents in the midst of the season. "It's the last thing anybody needs."