Boys in Blue: Ned CollettiLife didn't always come easy for Ned Colletti, but he persevered, becoming the Dodgers general manager in 2005, where he helped lay the foundation for the team's first title in 32 years. Now, Colletti is an analyst for Sportsnet LA, as well as a scout for the San Jose Sharks and a professor at Pepperdine University. Jaime Maggio caught up with him for this week's edition of "Boys in Blue".
Pacquiao Eyeing GOAT Status with Upcoming FightAs Manny Pacquio prepares to fight Yordenis Ugas on Saturday, he has his eye on a bigger "prize" - being known as the Greatest Of All Time. And at age 42, he is not ready to hang up his gloves just yet
Torrance Preps for Little League World SeriesThe Torrance All-Stars are the first LA County team to advance to the Little League World Series since 1994. Jaime Maggio caught up with their coach upon the team's arrival in Williamsport, PA
Pro Tips: Alissa KacarShe may have only started golfing a few years ago, but Alissa Kacar has not only made great strides in her game, she's also taking the golf world by storm via social media and hosting gigs. Jim Hill hung out with her out on the course
Boys in Blue: Jerry ReussA no-hitter & complete game World Series win only scratch the surface of pitcher Jerry Reuss' history with the Dodgers. Here he talks with Jim Hill about his relationship with Tommy Lasorda, his rep as a prankster and much more
Rams' Deayon Covers Free Flag Football ClinicRams cornerback Dont'e Deayon took care of every kid at a Chino kids football camp, as he launches his very own flag football league
Sparks' Amanda Zahui B. Gives Full Meals to FamiliesAs part of WNBA Fit Month, Sparks Center Amanda Zahui B. gave away groceries to folks in the community to provide full meals for families
"We Are All Kings" CampLA Kings Scout & Growth Specialist Blake Bolden takes us through the day of a Kings youth camper as part of the team's We Are All Kings Camp inititiative aimed to grow the sport of hockey here in Southern California
Pro Tips: Sticking the FinishMuch like gymnasts stick their finish at the end of a routine, it's important for golfers to hold their finish as Director of Golf Instruction Randy Chang explains its benefits to Jim Hill in this week's Pro Tip
Preventing Suicide 100 Miles at a TimePasadena's Michael Ainis will run 100 miles around the Rose Bowl on Sept. 10th, Suicide Prevention Day, to raise money/awareness in honor of his sister Victoria, who took her own life in 2015. Kristin Smith helps tell his powerful story
Boys in Blue: Steve YeagerFor this week's edition of Boys in Blue, Jim Hill catches up with former Dodgers catcher and 1981 World Series Co-MVP, Steve Yeager.
Chargers LUX - Giorgio Armani Official Style PartnerChargers LUX teams up with Giorgio Armani... and the two faces of this new relationship of style and Chargers football are Running Back Austin Ekeler and Cornerback Michael Davis. Chris Hayre has the story.
Millions Watching "Celebritee Showdown" on TwitchCelebritee Showdown merges the Twitch-verse with golf by pitting opponents against each other on a simulator. Ben Lyons visits with the creators for a fun way to merge sports and virtual reality
Kicker Michael Badgley Makes Fan's Day - With His ArmAt training camp, all Chargers fan Lake Wayman needed to do was catch the ball and he'd get to keep it... thanks to a nice toss from kicker Michael Badgley, the young fan did just that!
Pro Tips: Towel DrillDirector of Golf Instruction Randy Chang introduces us to a new, easy tip to keep our arms straight as we chip the ball from any distance. "Leave the Chicken Wings to the restaurant!"
Ted Sobel is "Touching Greatness"LA Sports Media Personality Ted Sobel has rubbed shoulders with over 750 Hall of Famers in his career, so why not put those moments on paper? That's justwhat he did with his book "Touching Greatness" as Lisa Hillary found out
CrossFit at 65? No Problem for South Bay's Ron SatowWhen local Physical Therapist Ron Satow heard there woul dbe a 65+over category at this year's CrossFit Games, he took the opportunity to train and compete. Jaime Maggio caught up with him prior to making the trek to Wisconsin for the event
Legends: Gail GoodrichIn high school, Gail Goodrich was considered "too small" to be a basketball star, but the L.A. native soared to unthinkable heights. Recruited by John Wooden, Goodrich led UCLA to two national titles. Then he turned pro, and in his second stint with the Lakers, he helped guide the team to the 1972 NBA championship along-side all-time greats like Jerry West and Wilt Chamberlain. Jim Hill caught up with the Hall of Famer for this week's edition of "Legends".
Boys in Blue: Steve SaxJim Hill catches up with former Dodgers second baseman Steve Sax on this edition of Boys in Blue.
Chargers Excited to Have Fans BackAfter a year without fans at training camp, the Chargers welcome back the Bolt Fam to their daily practices in Costa Mesa as they prepare for the upcoming preseason games on CBS2
Giltinis GM Adam Freier Previews MLR FinalMajor League Rugby's Final is Sunday at the LA Coliseum as Jaime Maggio and LA Giltinis GM Adam Freier discuss the impact it's had on LA sports as well as a prediction on who will come out on top
Pro Tips: Water BallRandy Chang's tee shot was awful. Landed in the water! But, since a part of the ball is above the water line, he can hit it without penalty. This week, our Pro Tip teaches you how to successfully "karate chop" the ball out of the drink & save a stroke
Rams WR DeSean Jackson Hosts F.A.S.T. CampNew Rams wide receiver DeSean Jackson is quickly making an impact in the community upon returning to his hometown. We mic'd up Desean at his recent F.A.S.T. Camp and went behind the scenes with him and the campers
Hometown Hero Jamal Hill Set for Success at Paralympic GamesDiagnosed with a rare condition, young Jamal Hill didn't stop pursuing his passion in the pool. Now, the accomplished swimmer is headed to Tokyo for a shot at world records. Kristin Smith sat down with the Paralympian gold medal hopeful