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Get to see -- sit down now the boys' club in Major League Baseball there's at least one woman is making a name for itself.
Jamie McCourt the CEO the LA Dodgers sat down with our own Brian -- for a Fox Business exclusive interview take a look.
You know you talk about because you'll -- right at the Milken Institute global cop was a lot of very successful people.
But then there are people who are let's see him.
CEOs of baseball organizations that happened to going to MIT -- -- law degree be competitive swimmers and by the way also raised for -- Jamie McCourt has done all that stuff she's the CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Of Los Angeles -- like my angels Catholic not a given all of Abdullah I don't have a harder it was -- -- team name and mine does a did you welcome.
Thank you I mean listen it.
Right now today -- interest in time the American economy.
And a lot of women out there.
Who are either you know not working -- thinking about going back to work or if they are working like everybody else are concerned about their -- you've done so much been successful.
You've got -- Dodgers win again very adamant it was clear why this wasn't my name's Julie.
It's really for YouTube but I -- -- -- here and that.
-- a lot of convincing to get -- went out on the -- yet -- well as an angels fan it's tough I have to say don't even say the currents were so what is Dodgers win this is this is for women.
Yeah Paul -- behind him you know what.
We established this as a way to get people -- we did clinics we do breakfast we do walk -- the park we -- Mother's -- things.
We show them what goes on behind the scenes what we want to do is just introduce them to all the facets of baseball so it's not just about what's on the field.
It's about what goes on behind the scenes -- they know they have a future working and whether it's baseball or some -- some sports industries.
Just -- you know raising a big fan you know having a law degree you -- corporate attorney are realistic development.
You know Americans are strapped for time and do all things.
What's your secret is that lack of sleep -- -- every one has no sleep these days you know -- that -- I was very lucky I didn't need less -- that's fair.
But you know what I'm -- sort of answers.
-- half but a lot of doctors here that would not agree with that I think regiment I know I'm living two lives -- -- -- -- like so much fun.
I love what I do.
You know a lot of women viewers out there like us that are working are now working think -- affected some advice how to play.
How they cope with that we're raising a family work in the financial stress.
You know -- -- seriously I think you just have to do the best that you can do it any given time with what's in front of you know everyone always says how do you have an off.
You don't have little at one time -- sort of confidant and whoever needs you the most at any given time as we're gonna focus on.
So few black kids it's the one that needs you the most if you were kids in markets where you need to be the most at that point in time.
And that's really how I approach my day and I tried to find balance in total you know and that's that's how I do it.
You're also a woman in a traditionally man's world.
Thank you old boys network as they might say with the -- inherent right I think -- you know a lot of women climb the corporate ladder face and maybe that glass ceiling trying to bust through it.
Yeah but you -- You know way I think because I was a tomboy and I'd like to tell everybody I -- a father.
Two Brothers -- sons.
The baseball team I don't know -- girls.
Sort of -- like -- on the inside girl on the outside it's just what I know and I think that I learned how to think like.
Boys and -- did you just act like the boys as well it means is that the secret is just say listen.
Let's just forget about -- and looks -- -- it I just am no idea you know I don't think of myself that is.
Any particular gender I just focus on the work are focused on rampant trying to have a great time -- -- Working mothering -- swimming whatever it is.
It's the moment I just try to live and now it.
There are certain teams that have built -- -- new stadiums and charge a lot of money from seats and if you watch the games on TV some of those seats are empty.
How do you compete for our hard earned dollar in today's economy to get people to Dodger -- Yeah it's some really interesting question you know what we inherit the nautilus and turn around.
So our focus from the beginning for better or worse has been how do you -- those -- and how do you appeal to everybody that you wanted to game.
And we have an amazing demographic and LA because LA.
And Dodger Stadium is so big we have 56000 seats there's something for everybody.
So we can afford dollar seats we can have 200 dollars seats and what ever experienced people want to tailored to their own needs.
That's what we tried satisfied.
-- we focus.
And a family -- could take their kids out get a hot dog couple drinks for the kids here for dad and mom.
-- -- -- hundred bucks.
Trying I think I think that three people we have packages that start around 99 dollars but that aren't food inclusive.
And and now what we're focused on -- things like cost certainty so you go and -- know no matter what happens that which is a big deal Ray -- you know whats scary is when somebody comes in and you know your child says I really want that teacher and I really want a cotton candy I really want this that this way you know what's coming and you could sort of say you had to wait a minute for this.
And I can do that.
Jamie McCourt because you're so nice that Dallas at pains me to do it I love you like about it how you were hitting -- -- day -- and I Wear a Dodgers win.
Pat look at the deal all right Jamie -- the pleasure and good luck this you know maybe we'll see the World -- definitely gonna say if this year -- here.
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Brian being Brian thank you Brian appreciate that we can catch more from -- out to the LA all day today big gains and he'll have -- for you here on the Fox Business Network.
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