LOS ANGELES — Hall of Fame manager and Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda has died. He was 93.
According to the Dodgers, Lasorda suffered cardiopulmonary arrest at home. He was transported to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Lasorda led the Dodgers to two World Series wins and four league pennants. He managed the team for 20 years, from 1976 to 1996, racking up 1,599 wins over his career. Baseball inducted him to its Hall of Fame in 1997.
In 2000, he managed the U.S. Olympic gold-winning baseball team in Sydney, Australia.
CNN reported the legendary manager received hospital care in November, just a month after his last public appearance as his beloved Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series over Tampa Bay in Texas in October.
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