Bud Selig still key in Dodgers' future

Despite settlement between the McCourts, commissioner still has plenty of influence

Updated: June 17, 2011, 10:51 PM ET
By Josh Fisher | Special to ESPNLosAngeles.com

After nearly 20 months of bitter, contentious litigation, the most important person in the McCourt divorce turns out to be just the man you might expect.

Commissioner Bud Selig must now decide whether to approve or reject a $385 million pact between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox. That agreement would pave the way for the Dodgers to remain in McCourt hands, pending the outcome of a one-day trial on Aug. 4 to resolve conclusively whether Frank McCourt owns the Dodgers outright or the club ...

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