Tommy Lasorda, the charismatic former manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers who maintained a relationship with the franchise as a player, coach, manager and executive for 71 seasons, has died at the age of 93.
The legendary Los Angeles Dodgers skipper Thomas Charles Lasorda won 1,599 regular season games, eight division titles, four league pennants, and two World Series championships as a Dodgers manager from the end of 1976 through the middle of 1996. Along the way, he gave us countless unforgettable moments on and off the field.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) January 8, 2021
Check out his greatest moments ever in the video below.