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Tommy Lasorda Speaker Fees

Tommy Lasorda Agent


Baseball, Coaches, Hall of Famers


Hall of Fame Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers

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Tommy Lasorda is one of the great ambassadors of baseball. He has been associated with the Los Angeles Dodgers for more than half a century – when you think Dodgers, you think Tommy Lasorda.

Lasorda was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on August 3, 1997. He is only the 14th Hall of Famer to be elected as a manager. To honor the occasion, the Dodgers renamed the main street that leads to the entrance at Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida, as Tommy Lasorda Lane. He also had his uniform No. 2 retired in a pre-game ceremony at Dodger Stadium on August 15, 1997.

Lasorda retired as manager of the Dodgers in 1996 after twenty seasons. He led the team to two World Series championships, four National League pennants and six divisional crowns during his amazing career.

Lasorda became manager of the Dodgers on September 29, 1976. Prior to this position, he served as a player, scout, minor league manager, and coach for the organization. He had a 1613-1455 career record, trailing only Walter Alston in length of service and wins as a Dodger manager. Lasorda is only the fourth manager in Major League Baseball history to manage one team for twenty or more years, surpassed only by legendary managers Alston, Connie Mack and John McGraw.

Lasorda ranks 12th on the all-time list in games and victories. His winning percentage (.526) ranks him 23rd and the number of postseason games managed (61) places him third behind Casey Stengel and Bobby Cox. He managed the National League in four All-Star games and served as a coach in five. He is only the second manager in National League history to win league titles in his first two full years of managing (1977-1978).

Lasorda came out of retirement to manage the United States team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. He led the Americans to the gold medal, beating heavily favored Cuba.

During his career, Lasorda won numerous awards, including being named AP & UPI Manger of the Year in 1977 and AP Manager of the Year in 1981. He also received the Humanitarian Award from the Philadelphia BBWWA chapter. He was also the recipient of the first Milton Richman Memorial Award by the Association of Professional Baseball Players of America.

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