10. Los Angeles Dodgers
It has been a spectacular fall from grace. A team that was playing in front of a sold out Dodger Stadium on their way to NLCS appearances in 2008 and 2009, they have quickly been derailed by divorce. Owner Frank McCourt can’t afford to keep top notch players, and has been bickering with Bud Selig while filing for bankruptcy protection. Furthermore, Dodger Stadium has rapidly developed a reputation as a great place to get in a gang fight, a reputation further enhanced by the savage beating of a Giants fan on Opening Day. And the fans are staying away in droves. Things in L.A. are bound to get worse before they get better. —Johnny Goodtimes (AP Photo/Francis Specker)
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