The last remaining battle of the Dodgers ongoing bankruptcy proceedings, between Frank McCourt and Fox, is now over. Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times tweeted that the Dodgers have agreed to honor their existing contract with Fox (which runs through 2013) in exchange for Fox ending their pending litigation against the team.
That's one less roadblock to the upcoming sale. Now, as Shaikin noted, the team can "get on with the business of selling the team." Now we wait for McCourt and his crew to pick a bidder for the team, which will be sold by April 30.
To quote Roy Hobbs, "pick a winner."