MacDonald works at Mt. San Antonio College. Before that, he was a sportswriter who occasionally covered the Angels. (Disclosure: He and I each worked at the Daily Breeze and the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group.) He said he has always been a Dodger fan.
He attended his first game in 1986, and remembers the Dodgers losing to the Mets on a Darryl Strawberry home run. Though he used to attend games regularly, he has been boycotting the team for the last two years in protest of Frank McCourt's ownership.
In his letter to Judge Kevin Gross, he described McCourt as a "life-long snake-oil salesman."
"I, like many Dodger fans in and around the L.A. area, refuse to go to games because of the McCourts and will no longer put money in their pockets to fund their lifestyle or to pay their lawyers," he wrote.
Here's the letter: