Tommy Lasorda was taken into the hospital for initially unknown reasons last weekend. He had successful surgery to replace his pacemaker.

Lasorda is doing fine, the team announced. He’s rehabbing over the next few days before he’s discharged.

After two decades managing the Dodgers, Lasorda, 89, has remained an adviser to the organization. The Hall of Famer won two world championships while sporting the Dodger blue.

Dodgers Nation sends its best wishes to and a speedy recovery for Lasorda.

The Dodgers added a pair of Mariners on Friday

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