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Tommy Lasorda -- Feeling Blue About The Dodgers

7/1/2011 8:40 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

L.A. Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda -- a staple in the organization since the '50s -- says he has no idea what's going on with his team ... telling TMZ, "All I hope is that everything gets settled and [we] get back to where we were."


Lasorda -- who managed the Dodgers from 1976-1996 and won two World Series championships -- told TMZ, "Nobody knows what's happening ... [we're] waiting to see what happens ... and that's the way it is."

We also asked 83-year-old Lasorda if he was inspired to taking a coaching job again like 80-year-old Jack McKeon just did with the Florida Marlins ... but, don't hold your breath. 

It wouldn't help the Dodgers anyway ... unless Tommy wanted to work for free.

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Buck Boy    

Isn't it true that Lasorda refused to see his son on his deathbed because he was gay and had AIDS? If that is true, Lasorda should worry more about his on humanity.

1181 days ago

Throwback kid    

The Dodger organization is a joke! The coaching staff is second rate and needs to go. The Dodger scouting department is horrible and should all be let go and it goes without saying the owner has to go.

1180 days ago

David Jacobson    

The security at Dodger stadium are a bunch of idiots and letting the LAPD get involved, "WELL" of course nobody is showing to the stadium !!!! Clean this mess up and the gang infested area.
As far as lasorda, get rid of that old "FAT" mean #%&, heck he can only make it thru 5 innings.

1160 days ago
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