La Russa is suing for trademark infringement, trademark dilution and misappropriation of name and likeness.
The website removed the false page shortly after the lawsuit was filed, the paper reported, and La Russa said Wednesday he thought the "issue was done." He declined to elaborate.
The lawsuit includes a screenshot of the page and several "Tweets" associated with La Russa's name, two of which include distasteful references to Darryl Kile and Josh Hancock, Cardinals pitchers who died in 2002 and 2007.
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