LOS ANGELES — Everywhere you looked Saturday evening, there was Tommy Lasorda at Dodger Stadium.
He was in the stands with legions of fans wearing Lasorda jerseys.
He was on the videoboard giving speeches, yelling at umpires, with tributes from Los Angeles Dodgers greats telling their favorite Lasorda stories.
There was Lasorda on the videoboard singing Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,’’ from a spring-training gathering.
The Dodgers spent the game honoring Lasorda, their Hall of Fame manager who died three months ago at the age of 93, and made sure he was pounding his chest with pride from high above with a 9-5 victory against the Washington Nationals.
Dodger players reflect on their most memorable Tommy Lasorda story. pic.twitter.com/FgftIiEN9a
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“What they did before the game with Tommy,’’ Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said, “it kind of continues to…