Tommy Lasorda Net Worth

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Tommy Lasorda net worth:
$15 Million

Tommy Lasorda net worth: Tommy Lasorda is an American former professional baseball player who has a net worth of $15 million dollars. Tommy Lasorda was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania and began his professional baseball career in the mid-1940s, when he signed with the Philadelphia Phillies. He played for the Concord Weavers, and then took a few years off in order serve in the Army. After returning to civilian life, he began playing in the Canadian-American League. After multiple games where he struck out between 13 and 25 players, the Brooklyn Dodgers came calling. He signed with the Dodgers in 1949, and spent the next few years on various minor league teams. In 1954, he began playing for the Dodgers. He subsequently played for the Kansas City Athletics, as well, and then shifted his focus to coaching and management. As a manager, he won two World Series championships, and was twice named NL League Manager of the Year. He also managed the 2000 Olympics US National Team, which went on to win Gold.

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Tommy Lasorda

Tommy Lasorda

Baseball player
Date of Birth
Sep 22, 1927
Profession
Baseball player, Manager, Coach, Actor, Voice Actor, Soldier, Restaurateur, Businessperson
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Weight
175 lbs (79.4 kg)
Nicknames
Thomas Charles Lasorda, Tommy Lasorda of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Tom Lasorda, Thomas Charles "Tommy" Lasorda, Tommy
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