Thomas Charles Lasorda is an American professional baseball pitcher and manager. He led the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball from 1976 to 1996. He was inducted into the National Baseball Fame Hall as a manager in 1997. Lasorda played for the MLB for the Dodgers in 1954 and 1955 and for the Kansas City Athletics in 1956. He coached the Dodgers from 1973 to 1976 before moving to hold a managerial position. Lasorda won two World Series championships as coach of the Dodgers and was twice named Manager of the Year by the National League. His number 2 uniform was retired by the Dodgers.
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MLB manager who led the Los Angeles Dodgers to World Series titles in 1981 and 1988. He was twice named National League Manager of the Year and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997.
He spent his playing career with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Kansas City Athletics from 1954 to 1956.
His #2 jersey was retired by the Dodgers.
He was raised with four brothers named Eddie, Harry, Morris and Joey. He married Jo Lasorda in 1950 and together they had a son named Tom Jr. and a daughter named Laura.
His 1981 World Series Champion Dodgers team was powered by All-Star pitcher Fernando Valenzuela.
- Tommy Lasorda Baseball - Tommy Lasorda Baseball is a baseball game released for the Sega Mega-Tech arcade, then one of six titles released for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis console in North America.
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- Managers of the Los Angeles Dodgers
- Manager of the Year Award Winner
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- CEO of Los Angeles Dodgers
- Athletes from Fullerton, California
- Inducted into the Canadian Baseball Fame Hall
- The Los Angeles Dodgers Coaches
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- Caribbean Series Managers
- Greenville Spinners players
- Order of the Rising Sun recipient, rank 4
- General Manager of the Major League baseball tournament
- Major League Baseball's third junior coach
- The player follows the city of Kansas
- Participants in the National Baseball Hall of Fame
- Los Angeles Angels players (Little League)
- Brooklyn Dodgers players
- Denver Bears players
- Montreal Royals players
Latest information about Tommy Lasorda updated on June 14 2021.