Undeniably, it was a sad day for the Los Angeles Dodgers and their fans when Rich Hill decided to sign as a free agent with the Minnesota Twins.
Since 2016, Hill has been one of the heart and soul members of the Dodgers. Perhaps that is why Dodgers Nation gave Hill such a heartfelt tribute in this post.
Now, Hill talks with David Vassegh of AM570 LA Sports on what it was like to be a Dodger. You can hear the entire interview right here. Let’s parse the highlights.
#RichHill: “I love the people in LA and it is something I will never forget. I loved putting on a Dodger uniform, that was one of the best moments of my career was being able to be a Dodger. (?: @THEREAL_DV) https://t.co/8KXlgLW2Hc
— AM 570 LA Sports (@AM570LASports) January 9, 2020
Notably, Hill says that pitching for the Dodgers was the crowning moment of his career.
“The people in LA were good to me, they were good to my family. I love the people in LA and it is something I will never forget. I loved putting on a Dodger uniform, that was one of the best moments of my career was being able to be a Dodger.”
Equally important, Hill said he loved the intensity of Los Angeles and the intensity the…