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Posts Tagged ‘Don Mattingly’

THR Goes for Dodgers Quadruple Play

In support of Daniel Miller’s splashy cover story and Ed Desser’s team media rights sidebar in the August 17 print issue of The Hollywood Reporter, Janice Min’s operation has opted for four different hard-copy covers. They depict (left to right, below): Cy Young winning pitcher Clayton Kershaw; minority stakeholders Magic Johnson and Peter Guber; Tommy Lasorda alongside current manager Don Mattingly; and marquee stars Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier.

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Don Mattingly Has a Bit of a Potty Mouth

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly was on The Dan Patrick Show Thursday and let a four-letter curse word slip out when discussing fellow potty mouth manager Ozzie Guillen of the Miami Marlins.

We’re not sure if Magic Johnson would approve of such language.

Seventh Inning Dodgers Ownership Stretch Adds Joe Torre, Rick Caruso

As first tipped by New York Times columnist Richard Sandomir, there’s another group jumping into the Frank McCourt bankruptcy sweepstakes. And it’s a good one.

Former Dodgers manager Joe Torre has left his MLB executive position to join a bid led by The Grove and Americana on Brand developer Rick Caruso, in what would be a tremendous bit of local-karma competition for Magic Johnson‘s planned bid. There’s also another key person involved. Per Bill Shaikin‘s LA Times blog item this morning:

The investment banker working with Caruso and Torre is Byron Trott of BDT Capital in Chicago, described in this London Evening Standard article as the only banker Warren Buffett trusts.

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MLB Messes Up Don Mattingly’s Birthday

Today is Dodger manager Don Mattingly‘s 50th birthday. But any dugout surprises that might have been planned by players for tonight’s game against the Atlanta Braves must now give way to this afternoon’s startling announcement that Major League Baseball intends to take over day-to-day operation of the club and thus put a stop to the financial shenanigans of Frank McCourt.

The convergence of a skipper’s half-century mark with one of the most momentous declarations in MLB history is an instant trivia oddity. Mattingly, for better or worse, will now always remember his 50th as the day this Bud came looking for you-know-who.

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