Tommy Lasorda, who claimed to “bleed Dodger blue” from the moment he entered the Brooklyn Dodgers organization in 1949 and decades later became the colorful and very successful manager of the transplanted Los Angeles Dodgers, with which he won two World Series titles, died Thursday night. Lasorda was 93.
The Dodgers announced Friday that Lasorda suffered sudden cardiac arrest at his home in Fullerton, Calif., and was rushed to the hospital. He was pronounced dead at 10:57 p.m.
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