Dodgers officials aren’t standing for that. According to TMZ, the team on Tuesday sued promotions company Plan P2 Promotions for $175,000 for breach of contract.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN The contract called for “100% hand-painted, break-resistant poly-resin” bobbleheads with Lasorda’s likeness. For whatever reason, the team never received delivery. The Dodgers scheduled a “Tommy Lasorda Bobblehead Night” later this season to honor the legendary manager.Unfortunately for Dodgers fans, that’s apparently not going to happen, as the company contracted to manufacture 42,000 of the collectibles allegedly never made them. The Dodgers held a “Walker Buehler Bobblehead Night” last week, and have 10 more bobblehead nights planned this season.The 91-year-old Lasorda served 21 seasons as the Dodgers’ manager and won two World Series (1981 and 1988) before stepping down in 1996. He’s still affiliated with the team as a special adviser to the chairman.If you’ve just got to have a Lasorda bobblehead, take heart — there are dozens of them for sale on eBay, including a 3-foot-tall bobblehead with a starting bid of $4,500.