As the primary architect of the Atlanta Braves’ dynasty in the 1980s and ’90s, Kasten noted the Dodgers’ fast start in stressing that the goal is to “win now — we’re not going to wait two years.”
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Johnson, a big baseball fan growing up in Michigan, called it “one of the happiest days of my life.”
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The sale of the team, the stadium and land surrounding it became official on Tuesday as the group closed its $2 billion purchase, ending the McCourts’ stormy eight-year ownership. 삼국지 11 리마스터 다운로드.
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The McCourts bought the Dodgers in 2004 from News Corp. for a net purchase price of $371 million.