I went to a few Dodgers games in LA, while I was living in Southern California. I much prefer the National League to the American but it was a bit of a drive for me to go to Dodgers Stadium, whereas I could walk to Angels Stadium in Anaheim; plus, they weren't any good so I could just show up at game time and get a good seat. For a couple of years, our church had a block of seats to Angels games so I have been to dozens of Angels games. Other than that, and a few Dodgers games, I went to quite a few Braves games with my older brother when they were in Milwaukee, and doing great - 1957-58, and I have been to one Brewers game. I think about catching a Red Sox or Yankees game now that I'm in Maine, but thenk cost of a ballgame has gone up considerably, and hotel rooms are the cheapest in Boston or New York. I love baseball if I can watch the game from the stadium. I don't much care to watch it on television and rarely do. I have no favorite teams and don't follow the game. Yet, that's my favorite sport. I didn't think I'd like hockey but a friend, who I was renting an apartment with at the time, had season tickets to Kings games while his parents were in Europe one year. He played on a team that played at Staples Center just before the Kings games, so I went with him several times, watching his game, then staying for the Kings games. Since he knew what was going on, I could follow it more easily, and they were fun. Although I grew up about sixty miles or so from Green Bay, I have never attended a professional football game, and rarely looked at the field during high school games. When I have been a friends' houses while they were watching football, it seemed that the game consisted of about four seconds of action followed by ten minutes of endless drivel. Seems pretty boring to me. Basketball was the main sport in my high school, which probably wasn't uncommon in Northern, cold-weather schools, given that it's played indoors, but I have never had any interest in it. Soccer? That's part of the Europeanization of America, and it should be banned. If we allow that, the next thing you know, we'll be chasing goats' heads around the field on horseback.