The much-loved Tommy Lasorda, who managed the L.A. Dodgers died of a heart attack Thursday night. H was 93.

Famous for leading the Dodgers to  World Series titles in 1981 and 1988, he remained active in the sport even after his retirement.

Lasorda often proclaimed, “I bleed Dodger blue” and he kept a bronze plaque on his desk reading: “Dodger Stadium was his address, but every ballpark was his home.″

 

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