I loved Dick Friedman's essay (SCORECARD, Sept. 13) because I was also there at Boston University Field during the inaugural AFL season of 1960, cheering for the Boston Patriots in the end zone at $2.50 per ticket. Friedman had it right-on with the atmosphere and the craziness of those AFL games. What an experience!
It has taken Dodgers owners Frank and Jamie McCourt only a few years to completely destroy what took the O'Malleys decades to build (The Embarrassment of Riches, Sept. 13). The McCourts have become the most embarrassing professional sports franchise owners in the history of Los Angeles, which is no small feat considering Al Davis used to reside here and Donald Sterling still does.
Dan Sullivan, Pasadena