"I lost interest in baseball when I moved back to New York," said Dunne. "In Los Angeles I would go--always by myself--to see 15 or 16 games a year. I'd always get to Dodger Stadium at 4 in the afternoon, when they opened the parking lots. I loved the beauty of the place and of the rituals, like batting practice. When I first came to L.A. in 1964, the pitchers still warmed up in front of the dugout, so your sense of them was more intimate. I always left by the fifth inning because I didn't really care about the score, but the true beauty of the game itself. I always made a point of watching Sandy Koufax pitch because it was so beautiful, like watching Baryshnikov dance."