Posted June 13, 2012 on AP on Fox
Hall of Fame manager Tom Lasorda said Wednesday that he's feeling ''really good'' while recovering from a mild heart attack he had last week in New York. Lasorda has been resting at home since flying back to California after being released from the hospital last Thursday, three days after he fell ill while representing the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Major League Baseball Draft. ''I'm fine, really good,'' the energetic and enthusiastic 84-year-old told The Associated Press by phone. Lasorda said the episode began when someone at the draft asked how he was feeling. ''Well, a little woozy,'' he replied. ''That's all I had to say and about the next 30 minutes every guy in the place was worried about me.'' Paramedics were called and they advised Lasorda to go to the hospital, but Lasorda refused. He said baseball commissioner Bud Selig got involved and told Lasorda he was going to the hospital, as did former...
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