LOS ANGELES In desperate times, the Dodgers like to call on Tommy Lasorda.
He's their eternal optimist, a man who sees only blue skies, never gray. And right now, the Dodgers need any help they can get.
Down two games to none to the St. Louis Cardinals in their National League Championship Series and uncertain about the status of shortstop Hanley Ramirez, the Dodgers are searching...
Tommy Lasorda, the Baseball Hall of Fame manager who made his name with the Los Angeles Dodgers, spent some time with rapper Ice Cube during Monday night's game at Dodger Stadium.
Lasorda posted a photo of himself with Ice Cube on his Twitter account. Lasorda added this caption: "@icecube told me it was a good day. I told him, 'Everyday at Blue Heaven on Earth...
Earlier this season, Dodgers legend and baseball icon Tommy Lasorda took some grief for the way he reacted when an impromptu Psy performance broke out right in front of his face.
Well, LA is winning, the celebs are starting to treat Dodger Stadium like Staples Center in the middle of Lakers season, and on Monday night, Tommy upped his street cred -- a lot.
. @icecube told me it...
Hyun-Jin Ryu struck out a career-high 12 in a 6-2 win over the Colorado Rockies yesterday in Los Angeles. PSY? He struck out with Tommy Lasorda. Video? Why, yes - there is. Your browser does... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Tommy Lasorda is a Dodger legend and a baseball icon, so he can be forgiven for not having the best international accent.
As a “global baseball ambassador” for MLB, Lasorda visited the MLB Fan Cave in New York, where he was asked to read some tweets about the ongoing World Baseball Classic. The catch? Some of the tweets weren’t in English.
Lasorda was a good sport about it...
Former Los Angeles Dodgers skipper Tommy Lasorda has had recent health issues. He suffered a heart attack in June, is currently suffering from a bad case of vertigo, and he isn't getting any younger (He's 84), so its pretty normal that he is thinking about what happens when he will die.
Lasorda came up with an odd, yet funny, request when he finally reaches that final pitch...
HERE LIES TOMMY
Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda recently outlined what unique addition he would like included on his tombstone after he shuffles off this mortal coil.
Tommy Lasorda said he is feeling "so much better" after doctors last week inserted a stent to clear one of the former Dodgers manager's heart arteries that was almost completely blocked.
"I feel stronger," Lasorda said Thursday night in his first public appearance since suffering what the Dodgers called a "mild" heart attack last week in New York...
Former Dodgers managerand baseball ambassador Tommy Lasorda should be fine after reportedly sufferinga heart attack in New York, according to TMZ.com.
The website saidLasorda, 84, was in New York to represent the Dodgers at the MLB draft thisweek but was admitted to a local hospital after suffering what it called amild heart attack.
He is expected to bereleased Wednesday.
MLB legend Tommy Lasorda reportedly suffered what is being described as a "mild" heart attack in New York on Monday.