Found February 13, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Tommy Lasorda
Tommy Lasorda is one of baseballs most well-known global icons. In addition to leading the Dodgers to two World Series titles in the 1980s, Lasorda also managed in the Dominican Republic for three seasons in the 1970s, winning two championships and one Caribbean World Series. He is also a founding member and the goodwill ambassador of the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame, which hands out an annual award in his honor to a non-Latino who makes significant contributions to Latino baseball. What does all that add up to? One heck of a statue. The above statue was unveiled in honor of the Dodgers Hall of Fame manager on Sunday at the Paseo de los Inmortales in La Romana, Dominican Republic. As you can see, Lasorda was very pleased with it. Hats off to you, Tommy. The honor is well-deserved. Photo credit: Steve Fortunato/Fortch Unlimited

Bronze Statue Of Tommy Lasorda Unveiled In The Dominican Republic

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Dodgers’ legend Tommy Lasorda is forever immortalized. A bronze statue depicting the Hall of Famer was unveiled Friday in the Dominican Republic, the team announced. The statue stands at the ‘Paseo de los Immortales’ in La Romana. Lasorda, 84, serves as Special Advisor to the Chairman of the Dodgers and has worked for the team for six decades. Lasorda...
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