Tommy Lasorda wasn’t just an angry Umpire hater
The passing of Tommy Lasorda leaves us to recast the man as more than just the guy who made arguing balls and strikes “cool”. He was so much more than that. Lasorda played for the Dodgers in the ‘50s. He made them a team to be reckoned with as a member of the coaching staff from the 1970s to the 1990s. He’s the reason so many Californians have tuned into baseball.
This man was so much more than a nightmare for umpires, and the game needs to mourn his passing for all of 2021!
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