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Dodgers Spring Notes: Tommy's Boys

He might have retired, but Tommy Lasorda has never stopped coaching. If you traveled down to the minor league fields at 10am, you'd see the skipper giving helpful (and often hilarious) advice to Dodgers prospects.

One of my favorite sights at Camelback Ranch occurred early in the morning, on the back fields where minor leaguers took batting practice. In full uniform, leaning against the cage, stood 84 year old Tommy Lasorda. If you've never had the pleasure of seeing Tommy close up, it's quite an experience. The passion he has for the game affects everyone around him. It's contagious. In a good way. While...

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