Is Tommy Lasorda well-hung?

Sorry, can’t answer that question until September 22nd:

Tom Lasorda will soon take his place alongside other Los Angeles Dodgers stars in the Smithsonian Institution.

The Hall of Fame manager will have his portrait hung in the museum’s National Portrait Gallery. The unveiling is set for Sept. 22, Lasorda’s 82nd birthday.

The life-sized portrait, measuring 60 by 50 inches, is part of the tribute to Lasorda’s 60 years with the Dodgers and his life in baseball.

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  1. scatterbrian said...

    “The life-sized portrait, measuring 60 by 50 inches…”

    Tommy isn’t less than five feet tall, so it’s a life-sized portrait of what exactly?

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