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July 8, 2011

Dodgers Bankruptcy Judge Strikes Fan Letters From Docket as Inappropriate

"Los Angeles Dodgers fans can’t post anti-owner letters on the Major League Baseball team’s bankruptcy docket, a judge said, ordering them removed from the court record.

The letters, obtained before the docket was swept clean, included one from Greg MacDonald of Ontario, California, referring to Dodgers owner Frank McCourt as a “life-long snake- oil salesman.” Another, from Michael Evans of Artesia, California, said Major League Baseball “created this mess” by not controlling McCourt."

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