The Magic Castle that is Dodger Stadium just got some extra magic

I heard Vin Scully refer to Dodger Stadium as the Magic Castle!  Well, the Magic Castle just got some extra magic!  Is Magic Time at our beloved OLOCR _Our Lady of Chavez Ravine!  

 The official notice from the Dodgers was titled “The Los Angeles Dodgers and Frank McCourt Announce Agreement with Guggenheim Baseball Management”    

As reported by ” Mark Walter, CEO of Guggenheim Partners, is the new controlling owner, and the group includes film producer Peter Guber, baseball Stan Kasten, and Bobby Patton & Todd Boehly of Guggenheim. Magic’s the public face, Kasten’s the baseball guy, and Walter is the controlling interest. It may not seem like an important distinction, but it is, though it’s fair to note that Walter is not expected to be a hands-on owner in the Steinbrenner or Cuban tradition.”

Earvin “Magic” Johnson stated, “I am thrilled to be part of the historic Dodger franchise and intend to build on the fantastic foundation laid by Frank McCourt as we drive the Dodgers back to the front page of the sports section in our wonderful community of Los Angeles.”

We are thrilled to have you be part of the Dodgers,  Magic!   All I can say is

Jeanie Buss tweet to Magic Johnson:  Congratulations Magic-sign me up for season tickets! 

Just wish Frank McCourt was complete gone.


  1. Matthew

    This is great a owner and group who know the Dodgers and what they’re about this is the start of a brand new Chapter in Dodger history

  2. This is a very simple game...

    Ding Dong, the McCourts are gone. The wicked McCourts are gone! Congrats! Dodger fans have been through the ringer and then some and absolutely deserve this good news. I hope it’s the beginning of great things to come.
    — Kristen

  3. crzblue

    Mart, I am ready to celebrate! Hope the IRS takes a nice slice out of the McCcourt’s piece of that money.
    Thank you Kristen, we Dodger fans sure have been thru the ringer. we deserve some happy days, a competitive team on the field and restore this historic franchise where it should be.

  4. Red State Blue State

    Pretty exciting news, I agree, but I still can’t get over how Frank McCourt has proven that crime does pay. He has done nothing but sabotage a legendary team and what did he get out of it? About a billion dollars in profit.

  5. crzblue

    I know McCourt made out like a bandit. Ughh.
    Wrigley, I know ha? just crazy crazy. Talking about crazy, the people here are going nuts with the Lotto. 600+ million.

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