The Los Angeles Dodgers lost an 8-1 snoozer to the Atlanta Braves on Sunday afternoon. LA fell behind early and stayed there, which resulted in the legendary Tommy Lasorda losing interest in the game.
The 85-year-old Hall of Famer was either resting his eyes or taking a nap at one point, and who can blame him? His job as special advisor to the chairman may require scouting and evaluating minor league players and representing the team during speaking engagements, but everyone needs a break. If we learned anything from Lasorda’s death wish, we know to never question his commitment to the team.
If you ask me, somebody’s probably worn out from all the excitement Cuban sensation Yasiel Puig has been providing.