The Los Angeles Dodgers have hired Sue Falsone as their new head physical therapist and athletic trainer, making Falsone the first woman to serve as the head athletic trainer for a team in any of the four major professional sports leagues.
Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers have developed a true disdain in their heart for owner Frank McCourt. By willingly mishandling the team's finances, he bleeded the team dry for years. Today, he finally agreed to sell the team, their stadium, and the surrounding real estate. The agreement ends a six month long legal battle with MLB commissioner Bud Selig. The biggest winner today is Dodger nation, who finally got their wish.
A little over a year ago, Nationals pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg was all the rage in the sports world. Then he tore an ulnar collateral ligament, requiring Tommy John surgery. Nearly 13 months later, Strasburg made his much awaited return to the majors last night. Scott breaks down the return of the phenom.
Dodgers owner Frank McCourt had a proposed TV deal worth $3 billion with Fox. McCourt would have received $385 million upfront, which would help him make payroll at the end of his month, and in the short-term future. Major League Baseball rejected the deal today, and issued a statement explaining why.
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