When a normal couple gets divorced, there's a ripple effect. Their kids have to split holidays, the couples' friends have to decide who to side with. When a multi-millionaire couple like the McCourts get divorced, there are also implications. And one of them may be this: No Dodger Stadium improvements. Writing in the sports pages of yesterday's Los Angeles Times, TJ Simers points out that if the couple is forced to split up their money (for instance, if Frank has to pay off Jamie to keep ownership of the Dodgers), there's going to be very little money left for that much-touted Johnson Fain/HKS-led renovation and retail make-over of Dodger stadium. And little money for much else, too.
· Simers: In this divorce, it will be Dodgers' fans that get hurt the most [LA Times]
· New Dodgers Stadium Taking Its Own Sweet Time [Curbed LA]