Free agent Rich Hill has become something of a Dodgers fan favorite during his tenure, marked by his crane kick delivery finish, his expletive-laden tirades, and his amazing underdog story. Richie can flat out pitch and is the true definition of a gamer. However, with the Dodgers setting their sights on the big fish free agent starting pitchers like Stephen Strasburg and Gerrit Cole, Hill might be ousted from Los Angeles.
At the age of 39, he still pitches at a very high level, continuing to defy Father Time.
In a recent interview with MLB Network Radio, Hill discussed his future in baseball and his fear that he might not find a contract with the Dodgers in Los Angeles or back home with the Red Sox in Boston.
“Being in LA for the last four years, my heart’s there, for sure. And Boston’s my home. But both of those places might not work out. Really, I’m just looking at contenders right now.”
— MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM (@MLBNetworkRadio) December 6, 2019
Primary Revision Surgery
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