The randomness of some of the legends is both wonderful and weird. 2020 is the third time that Lasorda has appeared in A&G and he's shown up in the last two years (they chose a particularly advanced Lasorda for this year).
I like Tom Lasorda cards, but I don't think he needs to be in every 350-card A&G set.
Frankly, my chief complaint about A&G, after the fact that it's become more of a social media popularity contest than a replication of the original A&G set from the 1800s, is that we're stuck with many of the same legends over and over. I'm a huge fan of Robinson and Koufax. One of the biggest. But I don't need another present-day card of either of them ever again. You want to make me happy and generate that drive to collect? Put Orel Hershiser or Willie Davis in A&G.
But, yeah, I know, the licenses decide who can and cannot go in the set.