Mark Cuban says he’s interested in buying the Los Angeles Dodgers if the price is right, according to he LA Times.
Cuban apparently offered to buy the club from Frank McCourt a few months ago, but balked at McCourt’s $1 billion to $1.2 billion asking price.
He’s still interested, but only if the price falls below $1 billion.
Cuban entered bids to buy both the Cubs and Rangers in the past, but missed out.
There’s a consensus out there that MLB, particularly Bud Selig and the other owners, don’t want the outspoken Cuban to own a franchise.
So even if he’s serious about buying the Dodgers, there are a ton of obstacles standing between him and owning one of the biggest teams in sports.
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