Saturday, July 24, 2021
Saturday, July 24, 2021

Which of these major professional sports do you like to watch the most?

Sports keep us entertained throughout the year – basketball and soccer in the winter, baseball, golf, and tennis in the spring, and football in the fall. We’d be so sad without them (well, some of us…).

Out of the sports listed in the poll below, which do you like to watch the most (on TV or in person)?

Please feel free to leave a comment, but if you do so please be respectful and keep politics out of it. If you don’t, your comment may be deleted so please keep us pleasantly surprised throughout the day. 🙂 Thank you, friends!

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Dave
6 hours ago

I stopped watching spoiled athletes.

Joe
2 days ago

I like to watch baseball and was very close to having a beer and bag of peanuts in every National and American League stadium. Then COVID put a halt to that, after things started to get back to somewhat normal I was looking forward to visiting more stadiums and then the MLB made the biggest blunder by getting involved with politics and pulled the Allstar game out of Atlanta. It may take me awhile to get over this, so we will see what is in the future.

Bruce P Dietly
2 days ago

Golf and fishing. They aren’t trying to be activist participating in a sport. It’s all about the sport.

Dsan
18 hours ago
Reply to  Bruce P Dietly

Yet you are making this political. SMH.

Tom Piper
2 days ago

Where’s golf???

Dan H.
2 days ago

Professional bass fishing. It’s been around for over 50 years and they have their own tv shows. Bass Master magazine has over 400,000 subscribers. There are numerous other fishing magazines and tv shows that cater to all species of fish. Fishing is huge industry.

John Koenig
2 days ago

In my opinion, FAR too many “profesional” athletes are overpaid bums. TRUE professionals (Cal Ripkin quickly comes to mind) are VERY few and VERY far between. Abuse of women, animals, controled substances, etc by “Professionals” are more common than they should be. “Professional Sports” has become BIG business with taxpayers frequently getting stuck paying for expensive venues that teams can abandon when they feel like it (but KEEP their name from the state / city they abandoned; think NY Jets & NY Giants). As far as I’m concerned, Professional Sports should NOT be subsidized by tax payers. ANY multi-billion dollar enterprise should pay its’ own way. Recently, school sports players are being “sold”. Education seems to be an afterthought. Truly a SAD situation.

DSan
18 hours ago
Reply to  John Koenig

Most of what you just said is done by many people. not just professionals. These overpaid bums are making way more than you!

SuellenJ
2 days ago

WNBA!!!

Denny Kincade
2 days ago

Attending NHRA national event drag racing. There is more horse power in one Top Fuel dragster than the first 10 rows of a NASCAR race. They travel 1000 ft in less than 4 seconds at over 300 mph. I think they rotate the earth when they take off.

Denny Kincade
2 days ago
Reply to  Denny Kincade

And every ticket gets you into the pits to talk to the drivers and watch the engines being rebuilt between rounds.

Bob Weinfurt
2 days ago

I used to be a race car driver so I do watch it sometimes but I’ve always been a diehard NY Mets fan.

Tom Piper
2 days ago
Reply to  Bob Weinfurt

Good year to be a Mets fan! Best pitcher in the MLB.

Chuck
2 days ago

Pickleball. A very fast game when played by Pros

Tony Price
2 days ago

Rugby

Ardo C Holt
2 days ago

You forgot Golf !!!

Roy Davis
2 days ago

I Love baseball but quit watching it this year. If or when they give their attention to playing the game and keeping their nose out of politics, I may go back to watching and attending games. This is also why I no longer watch professional football or basketball.

Gene Bjerke
2 days ago

All my life I have felt that as much as I like playing sports, I was never much interested in watching someone else have all the fun.

Sheila
2 days ago

Tennis. I used to watch football and baseball, but the kneeling has turned me off.

ernie vyrostek
2 days ago

sports are too WOKE for me and others feel the same way!

Cheryl
2 days ago

We are also big fans of college softball, anything college mostly. We are a split household ARIZONA WILDCATS AND OREGON DUCKS. It sometimes gets noisy.

Leslie
2 days ago

I like watching track and field events and soccer on TV.

Skip
2 days ago

Professional sports is nothing but big dollars. Professional players getting paid big dollars for entertainment TV. I have other things to do with hobbies that are more exciting and fun. I do watch my grand daughter play soccer and softball. Real sports at the cost of a couple of dollars in gas a couple of bucks for hot dogs and a drink and a good laugh watching them play.

Jeff Craig
2 days ago

NASCAR, but I’m not going to any events in states that pass anti-trans, anti-black or anti-civics laws (which leaves me about a dozen tracks. Fortunately, there are plenty of NHL teams, and with Seattle finally going live this season, I can see the Jets, Canucks, Devils and Flyers coming here, instead of trying to go to BC or San Jose to see them.

Oh, and I also won’t miss the Loser ‘Stars and Bars’ or Drumpf flags at the track.

John
2 days ago
Reply to  Jeff Craig

Lol. I feel just the opposite.

Glenn
2 days ago
Reply to  Jeff Craig

I agree wholeheartedly!

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