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Dodgers' New Owners Have Fan-Friendly First Press Conference

Los Angeles is the land of the automobile. Public transportation isn’t what it is in eastern cities, and people drive everywhere; fans arriving late and leaving early for Dodgers games has been made fun of by visiting team broadcasters everywhere. That’s why the announcement at the first news conference by the Dodgers’ new ownership that parking fees would be reduced from $15 to $10 brought this reaction from our SB Nation Dodgers blog: That’s straight out of the Arte Moreno playbook.
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