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In the hot seat: Joe Tisch and the other eight owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers The owners of the Dodgers are under fire. After losing their first playoff game of this decade on Wednesday, they have suddenly become the subject of a steady stream of questions, questions that are not just about their games but also about the direction of the franchise. How should the Dodgers be spending their money? Who is running the team? Is the city of Los Angeles getting its fair share of the team’s largess? Is baseball in America better off with or without the Dodgers? This is all about the owners, and they happen to be just eight of them, Tish and Bud Selig. The team’s big media properties — DodgersVision, SportsNet LA, SportsNet LA +, Spectrum SportsNet LA, SportsNet LA HD — are controlled by a separate group of owners. “We’ve never run a business before,” said Pat LaSota, CEO of ownership group Pacific Sun Trust. “When [co-owner Mark] Walter and I came in, we knew we were going to have to go through some trial and error. … I think the fact that we are only eight owners is a strength. I think it helps to have a strong ownership group because we can talk to each other and stay on the same page.” LaSota and Walter each own 25 percent of the Dodgers, along with Steven Cohen, Stan Kasten, Magic Johnson, Bobby Miller, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Peter Guber and Mark Walter. Two other co-owners, Saul Katz and Allan Farber, are both 72 and have no say in the team’s operations. Cohen and Johnson both hold day-to-day ownership positions at the Dodgers, and the two parties are on good terms, according to LaSota. Some other interesting details: * Pro golfer Phil Mickelson’s 24.5 percent stake in the team was sold in early January. As part of the deal, the former Dodgers outfielder Mark Sweeney owns a 24.5 percent stake in the team, along with a 3.5 percent interest held by the family of Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully. * Miller, who died in November, was one of the co-owners who held a 5 percent stake in the Dodgers. His widow, Jackie Miller, remains on the board. The nearly 2



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