DODGERS BACK TO BROOKLYN ?

OH BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Looks like Frank McCourt is looking to unload the Los Angeles Dodgers of Brooklyn as he can’t afford a baseball team and an ex-wife. Oh the possibilities here.

Could Freddy Skill Sets pull an O’Malley and head West to own his beloved Dodgers ? Think about it. Or how desperate is McCourt for some scratch that he would sell the DODGERS name to Freddy? Or just the trademark name Brooklyn Dodgers ?  Then he can get Jay Horowitz to legally change his name to Happy Felton

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  1. If there’s a chance in Hell that these two Franchises can trade ownerships (no matter bad McCourt is) then I say to Fred, Jeff, & Omar: Go west Old Men, Go West!

  2. Mikey boy324 says:

    I think we should have a parade if the wilpons ever sold the team it would be the best news in a long time

  3. Dan Gurney says:

    Could like in the early 1970s when Carroll Rosenbloom swapped the Baltimore Colts for the Los Angeles Rams after Bob Irsay bought them after the owner died. That didn’t turn out well for either city once Rosenbloom died and his widow took over. Irsay had the moving vans at midnight.

  4. There was a book I read a long time ago, called “The Man Who Brought the Dodgers Back to Brooklyn”, it featured a woman who became a pitcher and led the team to a championship. It was cheesy but cute…who knew…

  5. Dream on, folks, dream on. They’re not selling.

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