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Hall of Fame baseball manager, Tommy Lasorda passes away



WWE mourns the death of Tommy Lasorda, He died at the age of 93.

Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda has reportedly been hospitalized with heart problems and was in a critical condition last year November 2020.

The 93-year-old Hall of Fame manager was admitted to a California hospital in a relaxed condition with a ventilator.

The Dodgers in a statement on his condition said.

“Tommy Lasorda, a great Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame, has been hospitalized in Orange County. Lasorda, 93, has been admitted and is in the intensive care unit, resting comfortably. The family appreciates everyone’s thoughts and prayers, but they demand their privacy at this time. “, The team wrote in tweets.

Lasorda will long be remembered for his contribution to the game of baseball, but Baseball Famer Hall has a special place in the history of sports entertainment. The former manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers was a special guest on WrestleMania 2.

Lasorda was one of baseball’s most beloved ambassadors, spending an incredible 71 years with the Dodgers. The legendary manager won one of the most prestigious franchises of the game for two World Series titles, winning more than 1,500 games.

WWE extends its condolences to Lasorda’s family and friends.

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