From "Andruw Jones says he left because of Frank McCourt" by Dylan Hernandez at the LA Times:
Sitting at his corner locker in the Texas Rangers' clubhouse Friday, Andruw Jones said the main reason he asked the Dodgers to release him this winter wasn't his desire for a change of scenery.
He said he asked out mainly because of the way he was treated by Dodgers owner Frank McCourt.
"He wasn't standing behind me, I think," Jones said, adding that if McCourt had shown him more respect, "I almost definitely would be part of the L.A. Dodgers right now." [...]
Jones said he started to get the sense that he was on his way out of Los Angeles when he met with McCourt before undergoing knee surgery last May.
"It was disrespect," Jones said of the way McCourt spoke to him. [...]
Jones said McCourt was too involved in the Dodgers' baseball operations.
"I know it's his money but sometimes they need to stay away from what's going on in the field. He never played baseball before. He might have a sense of it from running the team but he can't be too involved like that."
Jones sure has gotten a lot cheekier since we last heard from him. I mean, far be it from the man who's paying you $36 MILLION to have a few words with you after your out-of-shape, overweight ass lands you on the disabled list. Guess having more home runs in two months with the Rangers (5) than in his entire time with the Dodgers (3) has given the guy a little extra moxie. Good riddance — and good job, Frank.
UPDATE: Andruw Jones Needs To Shut Up (True Blue LA)