When I've mentioned to people I must have heard former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda tell the same story a hundred times, I get raised eyebrows, guffaws, looks of incredulity.
Maybe a couple times, maybe a handful. But triple digits?
People forget he's been around longer than Union Station and is full of more bluster than a political convention, and as great a storyteller as he is, it's not like he's opposed to returning to successful material.
Year after year after year.
Now there is evidence,