Sinatra Family Among Dodgers’ Fans Seeking Official Status in Bankruptcy – Bloomberg

Sinatra Family Among Dodgers’ Fans Seeking Official Status in Bankruptcy

Los Angeles Dodgers season-ticket holders, including the singer Frank Sinatra’s three children, will seek an official committee to represent their interests in court during the team’s bankruptcy.

“We feel the season-ticket holders are the true stakeholders in the bankruptcy case and currently have no voice in the case,” Robbin L. Itkin, an attorney for five season ticket holders, said in an e-mail today. Her clients, including the Sinatras, represent “the interests of the public who have supported the Dodgers franchise for years.”

Frank Sinatra Jr., Tina Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra hold eight seats their father bought in 1958 when the Dodgers moved to Los Angeles fromBrooklyn, New York, where the iconic 1950s singer and actor became a fan, family attorney Jeffrey Berkowitz said in an interview.

“They are long-time Dodgers fans,” Berkowitz said. Their seats are behind the first base dugout in the first and second rows, he said. The original chairs where Sinatra sat were preserved and moved to the team offices after the stadium was remodeled, Berkowitz said.

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