Dodgers sale to Guggenheim, Magic Johnson group to close soon
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The $2 billion sale of the Dodgers from Frank McCourt to the Guggenheim/Magic Johnson group was expected to close on schedule Monday, but it was reportedly delayed.
According to the Los Angeles Times, which cites anonymous sources, the deal may be sealed on Tuesday instead. Earlier this month, a federal bankruptcy court officially approved the sale. Friday marked the deadline for anyone to try and block the sale but no objections were filed.
Attendance figures at Dodger Stadium are now ahead of last year's pace, helped by a sellout crowd Saturday night.
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