Nineteen Scattered Thoughts on New Dodger Ownership

Okay, let’s try to make sense of all this, because there is a LOT happening here; apologies in advance for the list format.

  1. YAY! Yay. Yay. Yay. We’ve been waiting for this day since… well, I wanted to say since we learned about the divorce in October 2009, but that’s not accurate. We all had our issues with McCourt for years prior to that. Finally seeing him on his way out, well… it’s like Christmas multiplied by your birthday times twelve Super Bowls, plus kittens.
  2. I didn’t think this needed explaining, but apparently it does. Everything you’re reading and hearing saying that “Magic Johnson bought the Dodgers” isn’t exactly accurate. Trust me, Magic does not have two billion dollars or anything close to it. 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.
  3. That said, Magic will be the first minority black owner in baseball history, and while that’s irrelevant to some, it’s a nice feather in the cap of Jackie Robinson’s club.
  4. No Tony LaRussa! HUGE win, that.
  5. I know a lot of people have issues with Stan Kasten, but I generally like his involvement. He’s got a ton of baseball experience with the Nationals and Braves, and few know the ins and outs of the MLB executive world as well as he does.
  6. Frank McCourt is going to walk away with about a BILLION dollars in profit, AND he doesn’t have to give up full control of the parking lots. God bless America.
  7. That last part, about the parking lots, is important, because it’s an unfortunate fact that we’re not completely free of the scumbag just yet. In addition to the $2b for the team, the group is spending an additional $150m to form “a joint venture” which will control the parking lots. That’s sort of ill-defined, I think, so we’ll need to learn a lot more about it, and we should probably hold off on judgement until then. Still, I can’t pretend there’s not significant disappointment that McCourt is still going to be involved in some way. (Update: and literally as I pressed publish, Bill Shaikin tweets that the lots will be controlled by the Magic group. Details to come, I assume. Hooray!)
  8. Man, T.J. Simers is going to have to trademark “The Boston Parking Lot Attendant” now, isn’t he?
  9. Ex-wife Jamie, who once claimed she owned 50% of the team, walks a way with a comparatively puny $131m. That kind of cash is hardly poverty level, of course. Still, nice negotiating job there, Jamie.
  10. You probably didn’t need me to tell you this, but two billion dollars is a lot a money. An absurdly ridiculous amount of money. A ludicrous amount of money, nearly tripling the previous high sale price for an MLB team. Not to rain on the parade here, but we’re going to need to learn where that cash is coming from. There’s no way this is two billion dollars in straight cash, homey, and I’m at least a little concerned about what kind of debt is included. I should clarify that no one – no one – was going to buy this club without at least some debt, similar to the needing a mortgage on your house analogy I’ve made before. But how much debt? It’s a concern, and the main hope here is that MLB learned enough from their past mistakes that what they’ve approved is within reason.
  11. Adding on to that last thought, a question I’m hearing a lot is, “what kind of money can they have left for payroll after spending all that?” The simple answer is, well, we don’t know. I’ll say this, though: no one’s spending two billion dollars on a baseball team to run it on a shoestring budget that struggles to compete. That’s especially so if you believe that one of the main driving factors in the purchase price is the idea of setting up a lucrative television network; it certainly doesn’t help ratings to have your cornerstone product going 72-90.
  12. I’ll admit that after writing those previous two thoughts, a small part of me preferred the Cohen/Soon-Shiong group. Not enough of me that I’m wishing this turned out any other way, of course, because this is a great day. Just trying to be pragmatic until we know more about the funding.
  13. And so we’re clear, this still has to be approved by the bankruptcy court, which will convene on April 13. It’d be a shock if they denied it, since the group has been vetted so thoroughly, but it’s not yet a done deal. So for the next few weeks at least, McCourt still owns this club.
  14. I don’t think we know yet if the Magic group put up the highest bid. While it’s hard to think that anyone was topping $2b for the team, the Cohen/Patrick Soon-Shiong group certainly could have gone higher if they chose. So it’s worth asking; did McCourt factor how happy this group would make the fans at all? Not that he’s ever cared about the fans, but this may soothe some of the terrible feelings about him on the way out. Not here, though.
  15. Speaking of Soon-Shiong, is it too late for him to get back with his friend Magic?
  16. Money issues aside, Magic alone makes this a huge public relations coup. You could argue that the Cohen group made more sense financially, but there’d also be a backlash against another New Englander with a past and who had never been to Dodger Stadium. Magic’s a local hero, and that’s huge for this organization.
  17. Can’t wait for people to start asking the new guys about Ned Colletti. I’ll you this, they’re not firing him on their first day in charge, which could be as late as May 1. My gut feeling is that he lasts the season, unless the on-field product is atrocious, which it won’t be; while Colletti has built a potentially boring, low-upside team of veterans, it’s also a team that should be respectable at worst.
  18. And for what it’s worth, I hope Don Mattingly stays.
  19. YAYYY!
74 comments
Jake
Jake

Magic is the greatest, or has had the most impact of any individual alone in the history of Los Angeles

Stardude82
Stardude82

Magic is quite the business man. Magic is in it for the food service contracts. For his name and $10 mil, he'll get to run the concessions with Sodexo-Magic. Once they develop the parking lots there will be a Magic Theater and Magic T.G.I. Fridays.

abstract668
abstract668

I love Magic as much as the next person, but he's no businessman. He's a great frontman, great smile, great PR, and will make for some fun Dodger swag and photos. I'm tired of worrying about the Dodgers. Tired of crumbling stadium, higher and higher prices for worse and worse food, tired of a clinically depressed team, tired of favorite players being traded. I bought my season tickets once again this year, but it is not the high point of my calendar like it once was.

Rick
Rick

We need Colleti out!!

Ned Colletti
Ned Colletti

This is great news for the fans of the Dodgers. I will be using every resourse provided to me to continue to put a great Dodger team out on the field. This is going to be an exciting year of Dodger baseball!

Matt
Matt

Don't worry, I caught the Randy Moss reference in #10. Randy: "When you're rich you don't write checks." Reporter: "If you don't write checks, then how do you pay?" Randy: "Straight cash, homey."

Table
Table

The new ownership will most likely want to spend big on free agents in the coming years, potential targets: C Napoli 1st Votto 2nd Phillips 3rd Wright OF Hamilton SP Greinke ....hm so Phillips Ethier Kemp Votto Hamilton Napoli Wright Gordon Kershaw Greinke Hamels De La Rosa Webster heheh jk

DodgersKingsoftheGalaxy
DodgersKingsoftheGalaxy

I will reserve my cigar for the day Uncle Neddie is gone, will save my champagne for the day we land our big TV Deal. It's good news, everyone celebrate, i'm just a little more cautious/realistic (some say pessimistic) person. This is still a team picked to finish last. I'm cool with him having a part of the lots, just as long as they drop the price to a sensible $10!

Bip
Bip

I find it extremely hard to be optimistic. There are too many things the owners have to do right for the Dodgers to really become a good team. My attitude on the ownership is going to be "believe it when I see it" for a while.

Earl
Earl

The Walter/Magic/Kasten group has plenty of money. Per an article in the N.Y. Times, the $2.3 BILLION dollar bid was ALL CASH! That means NO DEBT taken on by McCourt to facilitate this deal. The new owners obviously are NOT hurting for money.

Table
Table

next up Andrew Friedman

Nj-Dodger-fan
Nj-Dodger-fan

"This is how the world ends, this is how the world ends, not with a bang, but a whimper." Prepare to become Houston Astro level bad! Money makes the world go round my friends, and that is all this investment group cares about. I live in NJ and have seen first hand with the Mets how debt has turned a once proud franchise into a laughingstock. Kershaw, Ethier,and Billingsley are as good as gone when their contracts expire. Remember when the news broke that NONE of the groups viewed Kemp's extension favorably? Now we know why! Our young kids like Gordon and Jansen are gone once they want their first big check! West Coast Pittsburgh Pirate status here we come!!! Remember this day, as the day the Dodgers ceased to be a force in baseball. So it begins.......

Ken
Ken

In hindsight we will all know that Magic overpaid for the Dodgers unless the Dodgers (1) receive at least a $4 billion TV contract within two years, or (2) there is enough money left in the insurance companies to create a Cable TV Network that provides profits greater than $4 billion over the next 20 years. Is Peter Guber the guy to run the Cable Channel? If the Debt used to acquire the team is around $1 billion, then the team must earn $125 million per year in EBITDA which they can not do until 2014. They made a whooping $1.2 million last year. The combined capital gains rate for Frank will be a blended Federal and State rate of 22%. Did any of you really think that Frank would be completely gone?

grabarkewitz
grabarkewitz

While I agree with you that Ned will likely (probably) not get fired on May 1, there is that little voice in my head that is telling me that Stan Kasten is not going to let this guy have much stroke, either. They will pay him, but I think that all trades will be handled by Kasten with Ned going to to pick up lunch or the dry-cleaning (preparing him for his next job working for Sabean).

Eric Alegado
Eric Alegado

I'm just glad McCourt is on the way out- he managed to bankrupt this once-proud franchise and still managed to get out with a load of money. The fact that he is still even peripherally tied to the parking lots is more than irksome. But for now at least Mike can retake his "McCourt Sins" corner space in place of a DFA countdown for .

Zack Weitz
Zack Weitz

reports are now coming from mlbtraderumors that mccourt will not control the parking lots

J.T. Dutch
J.T. Dutch

"No Tony LaRussa! HUGE win, that." ... Wow. That's pretty extreme. "No World Champions will enter THESE doors! Woohoo!" OK then. " I’ll say this, though: no one’s spending two billion dollars on a baseball team to run it on a shoestring budget that struggles to compete." ... They don't need to compete to make a profit when they sell. I'll believe their level of compete when I see it.

Real Tom
Real Tom

Finally, Frank McCourt is rich enough to own a baseball team.

AA
AA

I have a feeling that Magic/Walter already have the network lined up.

Solis
Solis

OK..... Just turned on ' The Worldwide Leader' to kick back for the night and just about cried tears of joy. I cannot explain how happy I am right now. The end of paragraph 1 is just about right, except I would substitute a box full of Beagle Pups for the kittens. I know alot of people have some ?'s about the $, but think of this......there will be the RSN deal, and can you imagine how many new advertisers are going to be lining up to do business with the team?! Thats a target audience of a whole lot of happy Dodger fans who will be watching and attending alot of games. Hell, I have tix to 4 games in LA and I live in Phoenix. Its a great day for baseball, and an even greater day for Dodger Fans!

Omer
Omer

I'm really hoping they keep Donnie too. The guys on the team love him and are playing as hard as they can for him. Get those guys another bat and arm, they'll win.

LAD Fan
LAD Fan

Let me get this straight: McCourt was a fool and a jerk because he ran up $500 million in Dodger-related debt, but people are OK with Magic and the rest of these clowns having over **$1 BILLION** in debt on Day 1? Then, as if the debt wasn't bad enough, you're also getting Stan Kasten, who's about as innovative as Ned Colletti and about as personable as McCourt. Yeah, good times!! Whoooo!! Are you people really this dumb or what?

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

On #6 & #9 - Jamie's getting I think a total of $200MM+, only $131MM is due on Apr. 30 but Frank has to pay the remainder within the next twelve months. . McCourt is not really going to walk away with $1B. There's still the tax investigation that the IRS has on him. Not to mention when he's done paying all the creditors, there's the ultimate creditor, the IRS that's going to want its chunk. I think McCourt will clear somewhere around $500MM. . #10 - i've never understood why this was such a hard concept for so many people to grasp (and I will be the first to admit that I'm not all that smart) but as you said, the deal is a combination of equity and debt. It's going to be interesting to see how Guggenheim structures the deal because from what we've read elsewhere, it seems like Guggenheim subsidiaries (like insurance companies) are the entities which have ponied up the cash. So how those entities will carry the financing is probably how they will satisfy MLB. . Related to this is #2, Magic Johnson is basically the Jerry Jones of this group. He's the front man who didn't put up a lot of his own cash but brings credibility and local enthusiasm. This is really a private equity deal because even though Mark Walter will be controlling partner, not even he is worth that much money, the money has come from entities which he and his partners at Guggenheim control. . #14 - as Shaikin updated, there was no auction. . #15 - I'm willing to wager because of just how much debt financing is on his deal, if Soon-Shiong wants in, there's going to be bonds or other instruments that he could purchase.

Dave Pomerantz
Dave Pomerantz

You're joking, right? Magic has an extensive history as an extremely successful businessman. That includes ownership in the Dayton Dragons minor league baseball team, which is considered one of the best-run franchises in all of sports, and his investments in low-income urban areas that have brought both him AND the communities huge financial gains. It's where most of his wealth has come from - he only made about $2.5mil/year as a basketball player.

Paul
Paul

Sign Cole Hamels. Trade Zach Lee and some throw-ins for Joey Votto. Abandon the corpse of Juan Uribe on the side of the road and see if you can get David Wright without giving up too much of our minor league pitching depth. If not immediate favorites, we're at least relevant.

Table
Table

Kind of reminds me of when Obama was elected. Sure the flashy guy who is supposed to change things is in place, but who knows if any real good will come. I'm not actually THAT pessimistic, as with Obama the new cant be as bad as the old.

Jon#7#22
Jon#7#22

And you are proven wrong only hours later in the new post! Ha!

grabarkewitz
grabarkewitz

Shaikin just tweeted that, also. I guess Frank needs an income or something because $500 million just doesn't stretch that far anymore.

Paul
Paul

Did I misread the first part of your comment that seems to imply that teams can't win championships without Tony La Russa?

Taylor Maricle
Taylor Maricle

McCourt had something like $6mil in assets when he bought the Dodgers, if i'm not mistaken. Guggenheim has $125bil in assets. Slight difference, bro.

Jeff M.
Jeff M.

No, we're not that dumb, my friend. People thought "McCourt was a fool and a jerk because he ran up $500 million in Dodger-related debt" and had no way to pay it back besides taking money out of the team. That's a subtle nuance that you don't seem to be grasping. That clearly won't be the issue here. Magic, Kasten, and Walter are all established businessmen in their own right, and have other revenue streams besides the Dodgers.

Mike
Mike

9 - really? thought it was $131 said and done. 14 - yep. Wrote this before Shaikin tweeted that. 15 - agree. And hope so.

Dave Pomerantz
Dave Pomerantz

Don't understand the current fascination with David Wright. He hasn't been healthy enough to play well for years, and that's not likely to change now that he's north of 30.

J.T. Dutch
J.T. Dutch

... Just felt the whole bit about LaRussa to be WAY over the top. But, I suppose that's what it takes to get clicks/comments.

Mike Sharperson Lives!
Mike Sharperson Lives!

LAD Fan, you make debt sound like a horrendous thing. It's not. Everyone's got debt, every business, every individual. I incurred debt for grad school, and I pay it off every month- it allows me to have a profession that bumped me up a couple tax brackets. I bought a house with a mortgage- it's a giant debt, but it also means I'll own my house in 29 1/2 more years. A renter just pays and pays and pays with nothing in return. A sports franchise is nothing different. They'll pony up straight cash for 50%, a pretty nice down, and put the rest on layaway with 5% interest; and in the long term, the Dodger's will sell a killer TV contract, have better owners, and the owners will hold an asset that quadruples in value every 8 years. All around, win-win. Finally, I don't know what sports blogs you go on, but on MSTI, we don't call each other dumb or insult each other. We reserve our scorn for Frank McCourtonly.

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

No, McCourt used $6MM (actually a bit over $7MM per his lawyers) while the remainder of his purchase of the Dodgers were loans from Bank of America and from Fox itself. The Fox loan was secured by McCourt's major asset, his land in downtown Boston. . Guggenheim has $125B+ in assets but that is really AUM (asset under management), all that money isn't Guggenheim's, it's money that they're managing on other people's (like pension fund) behalf.

LAD Fan
LAD Fan

What are you talking about? . Magic & Co. are using money from Indiana insurance companies to buy the team, plus a *HUGE* amount of debt. By the time they service the $1 BILLION in debt, you think they're going to have another $500 MILLION to renovate Dodger Stadium plus MORE money for free agents? . Get serious. Magic and Kasten are front men with little skin in the game, just like when McCourt came to town ... except they now have more than TWICE as much debt as McCourt. . My god, I can't believe how dumb L.A. sports fans are.

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

in light of the other post, I'm not as confident on #15 as I was last night, but I still think there's going to be debt that other people can purchase. That the debt wasn't syndicated (e.g. financed by outsiders) doesn't mean it won't be available through other channels.

AA
AA

I think Jamie's deal was $131m cash + $65m worth of houses paid free and clear. She still got completely screwed on the deal.

Paul
Paul

I realized that about five seconds after the post went up... maybe the most anti-climactic unmasking in blog comment history. Anyway, I can get behind going after a good 3B prospect. It makes sense from a rational standpoint, I just don't think the new ownership group is going to want to give off the impression that they're content with simply "rebuilding". I expect them to make a splash, and Wright seemed somewhat obvious since the Mets figure to be shopping him and it's a name that would lure casual fans back into the seats. I'm definitely not sold on him.

Dave Pomerantz
Dave Pomerantz

uh oh, you forgot to switch names.... Now we know the true identity of Indigenous Angelonian. BUt still, I disagree on Wright. Even if we don't give up anything in terms of talent, he's expensive, and won't be on the field enough to make a difference. I'd rather go after a top flight 3B prospect, maybe one who's blocked in his current organization - Like Rendon or Middlebrooks.

Indigenous Angelonian
Indigenous Angelonian

That's why I say try and get him without giving up too much. I think the fascination is simply a lack of alternatives at 3B right now. He's not the superstar that a lot of people think he is, but he's certainly an improvement over Uribe and with no real help in the farm, we need to find a way to fill that gap.

Mike
Mike

And who is exactly is saying we should hold onto Colletti?

J.T. Dutch
J.T. Dutch

"Managers don’t matter in the game of baseball" ... What??? Actually, they do. " having some archaic type of thinking in a more SABR friendly world is a bad move." ... I totally agree, let's hold on to Coletti/Mattingly. No archaic thinking there at all.

Bip
Bip

It takes TLR bashing to get clicks and comments the way it takes nonsensical lineups and bullpen management to win championships

DodgersKingsoftheGalaxy
DodgersKingsoftheGalaxy

Managers don't matter in the game of baseball, but having some archaic type of thinking in a more SABR friendly world is a bad move.

Kip
Kip

How's the weather in San Francisco this morning?

Jeff M.
Jeff M.

That's amusing, considering your name.

Greg (@greghao)
Greg (@greghao)

Ya, i just took a look at their divorce settlement. $131MM in cash on 4/30/12 and $50MM in property (net of mortgages & other liens) but the real kicker is indemnification of any litigation or investigations. this is the bryan stow case as well as the IRS tax investigation. Also, these are all net, which means Frank pays more (income taxes, etc).

Taylor Maricle
Taylor Maricle

I think that her grip on claiming half ownership of the Dodgers wasn't as tight as she pretended and that she probably jumped once she was offered the $131m.

sumdumfu
sumdumfu

as much as i like your joke, the ultimate joke was on us, cuz in the end we fans were the ones that she screwed the hardest.

Rusty Heyman
Rusty Heyman

I thought that she got screwed on the private jet by the body guard that we paid for.

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