By Adam Hoge-

CHICAGO (CBS) The Chicago White Sox and outfielder Juan Pierre are among the top 11 creditors named in the Los Angeles Dodgers bankruptcy filing.

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The White Sox are still owed the $3.5 million the Dodgers agreed to send over in the Pierre trade in December 2009. As a result, they are listed fifth on the list of top 40 creditors in the filing.

Pierre is still owed $3.05 million by the Dodgers, ranking him No. 11 on the list.

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Other former White Sox players on the list include Manny Ramirez (No. 1, $20,992,086), Andrew Jones (No. 2, $11.075 million), Juan Uribe (No. 9, $3,241,758) and Jon Garland (No. 13, $1,211,538).

Former Cubs pitcher Ted Lilly is owed $3,423,077 by the Dodgers, which is enough to rank him sixth on the list of creditors.

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Dodgers owner Frank McCourt was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday after MLB Commissioner Bud Selig rejected a $3 billion television deal proposed by McCourt last week.