Dodger Stadium is seen on opening day 2017. The Dodgers’ owners have invested more than $1.5 billion in player salaries, luxury taxes, a management team of unprecedented depth and scope, worldwide scouting and stadium renovations, in the process fielding the highest payrolls in the sport’s history while running the team at a deficit.
Dodger Stadium is seen on opening day 2017. The Dodgers’ owners have invested more than $1.5 billion in player salaries, luxury taxes, a management team of unprecedented depth and scope, worldwide scouting and stadium renovations, in the process fielding the highest payrolls in the sport’s history while running the team at a deficit. Ryan Kang Associated Press
Dodger Stadium is seen on opening day 2017. The Dodgers’ owners have invested more than $1.5 billion in player salaries, luxury taxes, a management team of unprecedented depth and scope, worldwide scouting and stadium renovations, in the process fielding the highest payrolls in the sport’s history while running the team at a deficit. Ryan Kang Associated Press

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