Tommy Lasorda, the Los Angeles Dodgers' Hall of Fame manager, appeared at Dodger Stadium on Saturday for the first time since suffering a mild heart attack while attending baseball's amateur draft on June 4 in New York.
Hall of Fame manager Tom Lasorda said Wednesday that he's feeling "really good" while recovering from a mild heart attack he had last week in New York.
Tommy Lasorda has been released from the hospital.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda suffered a heart attack Monday in New York and is hospitalized, the team confirmed Tuesday in a statement.
The autopsy on former baseball player Jose Lima was completed Tuesday in Los Angeles, but official results will not be disclosed until early next week, a family source told ESPNdeportes.com.
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league hitting coach Lenny Harris underwent an emergency quadruple bypass operation after being rushed to a Phoenix-area hospital on Friday with chest pains.
Thomas Gregory Arthur, the baseball stadium concessionaire whose foot-long Nathan's knockoff came up short and became the beloved Dodger Dog, has died. He was 84.