Former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda was released from the hospital Thursday after suffering a mild heart attack earlier in the week, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Lasorda, 84, was hospitalized Monday in New York and had a stent inserted to clear a blocked artery, the team said.
The Dodgers icon was in New York to represent the ballclub during the MLB Draft. He is expected to remain in the New York area for a couple of days before returning to Los Angeles, according to the Times.
Lasorda has been with the Dodgers organization for more than 60 years, currently serving as "Special Adviser to the Chairman" in the team's front office.
He managed the team to World Series titles in 1981 and 1988 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997.