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Perez Stops and Shops
2005-02-15 09:08
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

While sitting out the Dominican Winter League season to take things easy on his arm, Dodger pitcher Odalis Perez set his sights on how to invest some of his new contract dough, according to Raul Tavares on Dominican Players:

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Odalis Perez wants a new team, but don't think he wants out of L.A. - he wants to buy Estrellas Orientales in the Dominican Republic.

According to some reports Odalis is offering US$2.5 million for the team and is seeking advice to get into the baseball business.

Estrellas has not won a championship in almost 40 years. The team is located in San Pedro de Macoris, home of Sammy Sosa, Alfonzo Soriano and former players George Bell and Alfredo Griffin among others.

Odalis is supposed to team with other people from San Pedro de Macoris to buy the team. He plays with Estrellas in the winter, but he did not play this season and stayed practicing and resting his left arm to be in shape for spring training.

For more on 2004 Dodger pitchers and their pursuit of team ownership internationally, please see "Forget Eli Broad - Here’s Hideo Nomo!"

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