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Wednesday June 6th, 2012

Former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda is resting after suffering a heart attack. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The Los Angeles Dodgers confirmed that Hall of Fame former manager Tommy Lasorda suffered a heart attack in New York on Monday and is hospitalized, reports

Lasorda was in New York attending the MLB Player Draft when he got sick.

He was taken to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, is said to be resting comfortably and could be released by Wednesday. Lasorda, 84, is the special advisor to the chairman of the Dodgers. Lasorda had a 1,599-1,439 record in 20 seasons managing the Dodgers. He also won two World Series, four National League pennants and eight division titles.

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