Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. The Baltimore Orioles have hired Goldman Sachs to "assess the prospects for selling the team," according to The Athletic.
The team is not officially up for sale, but the future of the team's ownership is certainly in limbo considering the drama within the current ownership group.
Signage on the warehouse outside Oriole Park at Camden Yards Aug. 7, 2022, in Baltimore. (Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Louis Angelos, son of owner Peter Angelos, filed a lawsuit in June against his brother and mother, John and Georgia, to force a sale of the team. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Louis argues in his lawsuit that John "has sought to seize control of his father’s estate and to completely exclude" him, the suit says. "The corrupting effect of John's actions has been to thoroughly frustrate [Louis] Angelos' intentions," the suit added. "John intends to maintain absolute control over the Orioles — to manage, to sell or, if he chooses, to move to Tennessee [where he has a home and where his wife's career is headquartered] — without having to answer to anyone." The suit also says Georgia wants to sell the team when her ailing husband dies.
Exterior view of Oriole Park at Camden Yards Aug. 15, 2003, in Baltimore. (Jerry Driendl/Getty Images) However, John recently said the O's will "remain in Baltimore … as long as Fort McHenry is standing watch over the Inner Harbor." Georgia added that "any suggestion that Peter, John, or I would explore moving the Club is false and intentionally divisive." AARON JUDGE’S 62ND HOME RUN BALL WILL BE MORE VALUABLE THAN ALBERT PUJOLS’ 700TH, MEMORABILIA EXPERT SAYS A move is unlikely, especiallyRead more on foxnews.com