Answer: Frank and Jamie McCourt

Question: Which Los Angeles developers with business pending in City Hall get the most face time with Antonio Villaraigosa?

The mayor has been sitting in the Dodger Stadium owners' box at each playoff game I've seen. Tonight he stayed the whole game, mostly in the second row in front of Jamie, sometimes next to Frank, sometimes beside Tom Lasorda, or standing and twirling a white rally towel. Some of the time, Dodgers senior vice president for City Hall Howard Sunkin lurked nearby. The McCourts, of course, hope to develop a year-round retail and entertainment concourse beyond the center field fence.

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