Here is the body text of a letter Major League Baseball sent Frank McCourt (obtained by TMZ):
Attached is a letter we sent to our associates in Taiwan today. The Commissioner has asked me to urge you to resolve this matter as quickly as possible to avoid further problems of this type."This type," of course, being Jamie's lover-driver-bodyguard Jeff Fuller going on a foreign relations mission on faux-Dodgers business. And yeah, that's the whole body. Frank submitted that to Commissioner Gordon to support his request for an expedited schedule. Now, maybe it's just me, but that letter's got a nasty tone to it, doesn't it? Selig may say publicly that he's not worried about the Dodgers, but he's got a Vice President of a multi-billion dollar enterprise sending Come to Jesus letters to Frank. This one incident certainly isn't determinative of anything. But this is how it starts, isn't it? If little events like this accumulate and grow toward critical mass, you have to wonder if MLB might pull some of the behind-the-scenes chicanery for which it is well known.
Be advised, Frank. Selig is displeased.
The Times has notes on the attached letter referred to above here. Interestingly, MLB's letter says that Fuller was purporting to represent the Dodgers, which Jamie's spokesperson refutes.
EDIT: Technical difficulties with the link. Stand by.
DOUBLE EDIT: Those TMZ folk are a crafty lot. Their watermark obscures the text when I try to convert the PDF to an image. If it helps, the PDF didn't load for me the first time. I clicked the navigation box (highlighting the URL) and hit enter. Worked right away.
Either the program I used to convert that sucks, or that letter was printed in the late 18th century by some sort of future seeing guy.