Tommy Lasorda Death – Dead, Obituary, Funeral, Cause Of Death, Passed Away: On January 8th, 2021, InsideEko Media learned about the death of Tommy Lasorda through social media publications made on Twitter.
InsideEko is yet to confirm Tommy Lasorda’s cause of death as no health issues, accident or other causes of death have been learned to be associated with the passing.
This death has caused a lot of friends and family of Lasorda so much hurt. It is in that mourning spirit that the concerned persons have taken to social media to share tributes to the deceased and condolences to the affected family.
Tributes To Tommy Lasorda
Across social media users’ timelines are statements that show respect, admiration, and gratitude towards Lasorda as people mourn the passing.
Goodbye to @mlb @Dodgers legendary manager @TommyLasorda. The #baseball world has been shaken to it’s core over the tremendous losses over the past year. Hoping for peace and healing in 2021. pic.twitter.com/j2Fn7Qzw38
— Brian Giacobbe (@Brian_Giacobbe) January 8, 2021
Sad day for baseball, still brings chills seeing Tommy Lasorda that May night at Globe Life Park in 2019 witnessing the #Rangers retiring Tommy’s star pupil when Adrian Beltre signed w/ Lasorda’s Dodgers at the age of 15. RIP.@Rangers @Dodgers https://t.co/rVtv3ehV7l pic.twitter.com/pIzZskYpxc
— Alex Plinck (@aplinckTX) January 8, 2021
Tommy Lasorda was an elite ambassador for the game of baseball. His positivity, optimism & motivational skills were off the charts. He’s a Hall of Famer and 1988 World Champion…he held-on long enough for the #Dodgers to win another championship. He will be missed. RIP My friend pic.twitter.com/QGagswo4jT
— Jim Bowden (@JimBowdenGM) January 8, 2021
For anyone who grew up watching @MLB in the 80s and 90s,one man was larger than life and immediately caught the respect, attention and love of everyone. We’ve lost to many of the great men of baseball lately, let know one doubt Tommy Lasorda was one of the very greatest #RIPTommy https://t.co/077BTqmHjV
— UKMets🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@UKMetsOnline) January 8, 2021
RIP to the legend @TommyLasorda. Growing up as a @dodgers fan I was always fired up to watch him manage. One of the greats of @MLB – a huge loss for the sport of baseball! #RIP pic.twitter.com/P5V71cJ8Dv
— Andy Fee (@TheAndyFee) January 8, 2021
I bet you one of Tommy Lasorda’s last wishes was to see his beloved Dodgers win another World Series. Well, the bullpen phone to heaven called, and God wants you up knowing that yes, the Dodgers are once again World Series Champions. RIP
— Stacy Albano – Red, White, Blue, and GOLD! (@StacyAlbano) January 8, 2021
Last had the honor to see Tommy Lasorda in person when he threw out the first pitch on Dodgers Opening Day in 2017 to a standing ovation 💙💙💙 pic.twitter.com/wXvYWOGGhc
— Brad Luck NBC (@TheBradLuck) January 8, 2021
Our condolences to the family and friends of MLB great Tommy Lasorda, and Dodgers fans everywhere. Baseball has lost a great one today. https://t.co/jxun2ofaiY
— Cubs DNA (@CubsDna) January 8, 2021
Tommy Lasorda, the boisterous master motivator who “bled Dodger Blue” during his seven decades with the club as a player, scout, coach, manager and ambassador in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, has died at 93 https://t.co/MrTSSvTFBM pic.twitter.com/yG7vuoeSEF
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) January 8, 2021
Man, what a way to start the day… RIP to one of the Dodgers Greats, and in my book Mr Dodger, Tommy Lasorda – 💔
At least he was able to watch us win this last World Series 💙🤍 pic.twitter.com/rapeuNsS3w
— Let’s Go Dodgers!! (@Rick_Munoz) January 8, 2021
— Jason Leskiw (@JasonLeskiw) January 8, 2021
If a skipper throws a ball at a mascot… Or at all… In MLB today, he’d be fined thousands, banned from the stadium for the series, probably fired.
Baseball used to fun.
This guy knew it was fun.
— DJ Lane (@toocool46978) January 8, 2021
Sorry to hear about the passing of Tommy Lasorda. Obviously knew him from watching years of baseball. Actually had the pleasure of interviewing him for ABC Sports Radio in 2003 and then meeting him at the baseball winter meetings in 2004.
— Dan Strafford (@DanStrafford) January 8, 2021
Rest in Power Tommy Lasorda.
You were simply the greatest, and I loved you as a manager, and as one of the best ambassadors that @MLB could’ve ever had, ever since I was a kid.
My thoughts & prayers go out to his family, and the @Dodgers organization. https://t.co/B7ZXRoBcVx
— Scott Johnson (@rsj311) January 8, 2021
— Lizza Monét Morales #RespectTheVote (@xoxoLizza) January 8, 2021
Oh, man, we lost a legend. And his Kingman tirade shines as an example of the type of questions not to ask as a sports reporter.
RIP, Tommy Lasorda. https://t.co/4gxjsdDKXi
— Gabe Garcia (@GabeAndGarcia) January 8, 2021
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