"Dodger great Tommy Lasorda has returned home from the hospital and is resting comfortably," the team said in a statement Tuesday night.
The 93-year-old Lasorda was admitted to an Orange County hospital and placed in intensive care in early November, although the Dodgers didn't release a statement about the manager's condition until the next week.
Lasorda was then moved to a rehabilitation center of the hospital a few weeks later. The Dodgers haven't revealed the reason for his hospitalization.
Lasorda, who has a history of heart issues, managed the Dodgers from 1976-96 and helped guide the club to two World Series championships. During his tenure, the Dodgers won four National League pennants and eight division titles.
The Dodgers icon suffered a heart attack in June 1996 and retired from managing the team the following month. He has remained with the organization as a special advisor to the chairman.
Lasorda, who was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997, has been with the Dodgers since 1949. He has been a pitcher, coach, manager and executive for the club.
Most recently, Lasorda attended the Dodgers' Game 6 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Oct. 27 in Arlington, Texas. Los Angeles clinched its first World Series title since 1988 with that victory.