• Hall of Famer Earl Weaver collapses, dies at 82

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Jan 19, 2013
    Earl Weaver always was up for an argument, especially with an umpire. Let's begin with the day Earl Weaver's pitching coach, Ray Miller, went to grab a copy of the lineup card. As Miller glanced at the names, Weaver spoke up. "Having known Earl throughout my entire career in the game, I have many fond memories of the Orioles and the Brewers squaring off as American League East rivals. The colorful and occasionally outrageous man who believed three-run home runs, reliable up-the-middle defense and effectiv...
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    • Baseball world mourns loss of O's legend Weaver

      News spread quickly Saturday about the loss Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver, as those in the baseball family expressed sorrow through statements and social media.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Weaver was an extraordinary manager and man

      Earl Weaver was well-known for his strategic skills in the dugout, but he also had a heart of gold and knew just how to get the best out of his players.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Weaver fondly remembered for personality, greatness

      BALTIMORE (AP) -- Loved in Baltimore long after he ended his Hall of Fame career, Earl Weaver remained an Oriole to the end.
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    • Hall of Fame skipper Weaver passes away at 82

      Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver, who led the Orioles to four American League pennants and the 1970 World Series championship, died Saturday of an apparent heart attack.
      Source: MLB.com
  • Pint-Sized Giant: Earl Weaver, one of the most colorful, innovative…

    Earl Weaver, one of the most colorful, innovative managers of his time, died Saturday at age 82. Small in stature, the Oriole always stood out as a giant among peers, says Jay Jaffe.
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  • RIP Earl Weaver, The Irascible, Cigarette-Smoking Orioles Manager Who Was Moneyball Before "Moneyball" Existed

    Earl Weaver, who managed the Orioles for 15 seasons from 1968-1982 (and another two from 1985-1986) passed away on Friday night at the age 82. In 11 of his 17 seasons, the Orioles won 90 or more games, and in his first three at the helm he guided Baltim…
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