Dec 2, 2011, 6:37 PM EDT
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Stan Kasten, Nationals president from 2006-10, is bidding on the Dodgers.
When he announced in Sept. 2010 he was leaving his post as Nationals president, Stan Kasten made it clear he wasn't about to enter the retirement phase of his life.
"I don't feel like retiring," he said on Sept. 23, 2010. "I'm going to do something. I think it will be a while before I do."
Turns out "a while" was a little more than one year, because today, Kasten's name surfaced as a potential bidder for the soon-to-be-sold Los Angeles Dodgers. As part of an ownership group headlined by … wait for it … Magic Johnson.
Magic? Really? See, I would've pegged Stan as more of a Larry Bird guy.
But seriously, folks, this has the makings of a powerhouse ownershipRead more »
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