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What sports venue would you most like to visit (that you haven't been to already)?
Z.W. Martin (@ZWMartin): Fenway. I always wanted to rob something with Ben Affleck.
Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith): My choice would be Wembley Stadium. Brian Urlacher says it's ridiculous that the Bears have to travel to London to play an American football game there this season, and maybe he's right, but every time I see Wembley on TV I just think it's the most beautiful sporting venue I've ever seen. It would be interesting to see an American football game there, but what I'd really love to take in is the atmosphere surrounding their version of "football." The passion of those fans strikes me as something that American fans can't match.
Tim Sieck (@TimSieck): I will go with Cameron Indoor Stadium. I'm not a fan of Duke Basketball, but at least from TV it looks like an interesting place to watch some college hoops.
Dennis Tarwood (@tuffyr): I'm a huge fan of high-volume scoring, so I've always wanted to visit Steve Garvey's San Diego home.
Bobby Loesch (@BobbyStompy): My MLB choice is AT&T Park (San Francisco Giants), NFL is Lambeau, college basketball is North Carolina and NBA is the Staples Center (Lakers, of course), but above all of these choices would most likely be the "All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club" for, that's right -- Wimbledon, baby! While I concede the American choices may be more fun and may potentially be more beautiful, I think Wimby would simply be too once-in-a-lifetime to pass up. So yeah: don me in all whites, plop me down at Centre Court and I'll be completely quiet for a few hours. Least I could do.