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HS Team of the Week: Servite FriarsServite High School is ranked #2 in the state after improving to 8-0 on the season. Coach Troy Thomas and running back Houston Thomas, his son, spend a few minutes talkin' football with Jim Hill ahead of their game vs #1 Mater Dei
Ray Westbrook - Why Not BoyzRay Westbrook, Russell Westbrook's younger brother, is on a mission to keep inner-city kids off the streets... and he's doing it by way of football. His team is called the Why Not Boyz, which is part of a larger youth organization created by the LA Rams. It's also a greater vision that he created with his brother - to better his community by asking a simple question: Why not?
Hansen Using Hitting Knowledge to Instruct YouthAfter 15 years in the big leagues as one of the best pinch-hitters in MLB history, former Dodger Dave Hansen is now helping kids learn the art of hitting at his baseball academy. Chris Hayre sat down with him in San Clemente
Fernandomania at 40!40 years ago, Fernando Valenzuela took LA and Major League Baseball by storm, winning the World Series, Cy Young and Rookie of the Year with the Dodgers. Jim Hill sits down with him to talk about that time in his career and more
HS Team of the Week: Pasadena BulldogsUCLA-bound Mekhi Fox and Pasadena Offensive Coordinator Robert Maxie join Jim Hill on "the couch" as this week's High School Team of the Week after they improved to 5-2 with a Thursday night win over Burbank
Chargers Latino Heritage gameWhen the Chargers host the Browns this weekend, it will be a memorable day for more than just what happens on the field. The team is hosting its Latino Heritage Game, full of pregame festivities, special food and drinks, and unique Chargers gear.
Jerry O'Connell Invades Chargers-Raiders TailgateJust before the Chargers hosted the Raiders at SoFi Stadium, Jerry O'Connell ventured into the unknown realm of the NFL tailgate to ask the Bolt Fam and the Black Hole their thoughts on Monday Night Football
Jerry O'Connell Invades Chargers-Raiders TailgateJust before the Chargers hosted the Raiders at SoFi Stadium, Jerry O'Connell ventured into the unknown realm of the NFL tailgate to ask the Bolt Fam and the Black Hole their thoughts on Monday Night Football
Boys in Blue: Jaime JarrinLegendary broadcaster Jaime Jarrin - who has served as the Spanish voice of the Dodgers since 1959 - announced next season would be his last. In 1998, he became just the second Spanish-language broadcaster to receive the Ford C. Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame. As Hispanic Heritage Month continues, our Jim Hill sat down with Jarrin for these week's edition of Boys in Blue.