Newsmakers and links: April 16, 2012

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Crain's Detroit Business:

The financial ripple effects from the record $2.15 billion sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to find their way 2,000 miles east to Detroit. The sale price, reportedly for $500 million more than the next highest bid, is largely predicated on an expected bidding war for the baseball team's local television broadcast rights in the nation's second-largest market.

Full story: A record L.A. TV deal could score for Tigers (Sun, 4/15)

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Jim Price, the analyst on Tigers radio broadcasts, said today he'll be back in the booth Thursday when the Tigers open a home stand. Price is missing the three-game series in Kansas City that starts tonight because of what he describes as an infection.

Full story: Tigers broadcaster Jim Price to miss Kansas City series due to infection (Mon, 4/16)

 


 

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