Things are getting worse for the beleaguered Los Angeles Dodgers.
The team is bankrupt, and likely on the verge of being seized by Major League Baseball.
Now it's bouncing paychecks to some game-day staffers, according to reports this week.
Innocuous? Maybe. Still scary if you're working there.
The paychecks of some part-time game-day staffers bounced, a Dodgers spokesman confirmed Thursday, but said it wasn't because the team didn't have enough money to cover them. The spokesman attributed the issue to the freezing of the Dodgers' accounts for 48 hours after the team filed for bankruptcy in Delaware on Monday.