DESCRIPTION: (from ESPN's press release, September 2014) ESPN Films today revealed the films that will make up its fall 2014 30 for 30 slate. The series will return for a six-week run Tuesday nights on ESPN beginning October 7, with one additional film in December. This October marks the fifth anniversary of 30 for 30's launch in 2009. The upcoming slate will kick off with "Playing for the Mob," which delves into how mobster Henry Hill once helped orchestrate the fixing of Boston College basketball games. The film is narrated by actor Ray Liotta, who played Hill in the iconic movie "Goodfellas." Other film topics include: the 1989 San Francisco earthquake shortly before Game 3 of the World Series; the rise, fall and maturation of former Oklahoma All-American linebacker Brian Bosworth; and the incredible story of Livan and Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez, half-brothers who escaped Cuba separately and quickly made themselves into star pitchers in the major leagues. "Brothers in Exile" will premiere in Spanish on ESPN Deportes on Saturday, Nov. 1, at 9 p.m. ET.