Colletti discusses role with Dodgers

October, 15, 2009
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• Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti reacted to the ownership situation with the Dodgers and how it could impact him.

"I'll be fine," Colletti said. "I'll always be fine. I'll be wherever I'm supposed to be and I'll always be fine. I don't worry about that. I've made it known I'd like to stay. We've had four good years here as a group. Made it to the postseason three times. Best record in the NL today. We struggled with Manny being gone for 50 days. …You have an investment, your time, your energy. Not just me, but everyone. Like to continue it. I worry about things I have control over. I don't have control over 95 percent of what comes my way every day, so all I can control is how I feel and how I think. I'm fine. I'll be where I'm supposed to be. I'm not concerned about it."

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Eric Neel is a senior writer for ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine.

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