"The hurdles to Frank McCourt keeping control of the Los Angeles Dodgers keep mounting, even as more evidence of financial problems emerge.
Citing two unnamed sources familiar with the matter, the Los Angeles Times reported on Thursday that Fox Sports would not support McCourt if he tried to file for bankruptcy and asked a judge to push through a TV deal that was rejected by Major League Baseball.
Commissioner Bud Selig said that the TV deal -- reportedly for up to $3 billion with $385 million upfront -- would "facilitate the further diversion of Dodgers assets for the personal needs of Mr. McCourt" and shot it down this week. A divorce settlement between McCourt and his wife Jamie was based on receiving that cash. Now, both parties go back to the drawing board and Frank McCourt might not be able to make payroll, which could allow MLB to take over the franchise and force a sale."
The Party is over, and it's time for McCourt to go....