Dodgers hand out holiday hams to fans

Dodgers hand out holiday hams to fans

LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers pitcher Randy Wolf, general manager Ned Colletti, Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti and Council member Ed P. Reyes were among those spending early Tuesday night handing out holiday hams to fans at Dodger Stadium.

Former Dodgers Lou Johnson, Willie Davis and Rudy Law were joined by senior vice president Howard Sunkin to participate in the second annual giveaway.

"This is part of our outreach to local fans, who can benefit from the extra helpings," said Sunkin. "It's important to recognize our fans around the holiday season."

Three hundred preselected families received a complimentary holiday ham donated by Farmer John and fixings provided by Ralphs and Food4Less.

"It's special to be part of helping those who might be less fortunate," said Wolf, recently signed to bolster the starting rotation. "At holiday time, it's great to help out and share. This is something the fans will remember and I'll remember being a part of."

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.