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McCourts take battle with MLB to Twitter

Posted on: April 28, 2011 2:56 pm
Edited on: April 28, 2011 2:59 pm
 
Wednesday, they dueled by press conference and press release.

Thursday, they moved on to Twitter.

If anyone doubts that Dodgers owner Frank McCourt plans to continue his fight with commissioner Bud Selig over control of the team, check out McCourt's son Drew, who tweets at @drewmccourt.

Thursday morning, Drew McCourt went to Twitter to take issue with Rob Manfred, the Major League Baseball executive vice president. Wednesday, Manfred issued a press release taking issue with Frank McCourt's characterization of their meeting.

"Recap of meeting with baseball was 100% accurate," Drew McCourt tweeted. "Manfred's comment not truthful."

Earlier Thursday, Drew McCourt told a questioner on Twitter that the McCourts "have never been much good at PR."

So now they're trying Twitter.

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Since: Apr 14, 2011
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McCourts take battle with MLB to Twitter

It's called a franchise, and selig is within the rights of MLB.

and the pursuit of happiness does not have to mean property. Do you think the people whose property is right outside the stadium and have to put up with all the drunken idiots before and after games are happy?

do you think whoever dies with the most toys wins?

we should just let frank run the dodgers into the ground while he siphons as much money off the team as possible?
Would that be American??

There's this huge fallacy that whatever is yours is yours and you can do whatever you want with it. No, you can't, especially with the world growing smaller and smaller.

Hate to break it to you, but thats reality. There's imminent domain, there's bullying, there's frivolous lawsuits. There's all kinds of creative ways to detach people from their so-called property, and legally too.



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