It's the Dodgers' money, they have plenty of it - and if MLB stopped paying players "exorbitant" salaries, there would be no downward pressure on ticket prices, no reduction in concession/parking costs, no reduction in cable TV subscription rates, etc. - just more money in the bank accounts and investment portfolios of MLB ownership.
All those costs that fans pay - cable bills, ticket prices, concessions, merchandise - are driven by supply scarcity - not by the cost of producing those things.
My conclusion: Who cares how much players are paid? Those salaries don't impact fans' costs. Now, some MLB types might want me to think that fan costs are so high because of salaries - because justifying monopoly rents to the average baseball fan (assuming the fan understood what "monopoly rents" means) would be challenging (to say the least).
Just today, I saw articles - focused on Cleveland, but with more general relevance - which talked about the trend to reduce the number of seats in MLB venues, and increase the price of those seats. What's that about? That's about maximizing revenue in a monopoly market. Clubs don't have to worry about somebody else setting up shop next door, so they manipulate supply and prices to the point that they clear the maximum revenue. Reducing player salaries would have no impact on this strategy - it would just increase profits.