I would really hate to state anything like that. The Legend of Snake, Foo, Dr. Tom Lasorda floats on an ever-flowing current of conversation. They met at punk clubs—the blond man in custom-made suits, the striking woman in black cocktail dresses and leather boots. Then he says, "You think people would have cared so much if it had been Mike Tyson?
His managing style was by instinct, not by the book, and his instincts were good enough to pay off more often than not.
When you're that sad, you have to cover up a lot of pain. But now the voice shifts tone and the words become more weighted; he frames each one with a new meaning. It was Tommy. And so, on the odd night.
From toLasorda's teams—in Pocatello, Ogden, Spokane, then Albuquerque—finished second, first, first, first, second, first, third and first.