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January 22, 2013
May God give u comfort thru this difficult time. He can love u past ur pain and heal ur hurt.
January 22, 2013
Thanks for the memories coach,you are and will always be a class act.You and St.Pete can call the game now,so R.I.P.
January 22, 2013
Thirteen years ago I met Mr. Weaver at a baseball camp in Fort Myers. We spent probably an hour together, talking about baseball and some of the people who've played, managed and umpired. It was a fascinating conversation. I didn't know what to expect from this "hothead" manager from a long-time rival (Red Sox fan here). What I got was a memory that will last a lifetime from a gracious and interesting person who I'll never forget--not as some detached image and public figure but rather as a human being with a rich experience that he was more than willing to share with another human who loves baseball. Thank you Earl Weaver. Rest now. To his family, sorry for your loss.
January 21, 2013
PICK UP GAME IN CLOUDVILLE AND EARLS FIRST PICK IS STAN THE MAN, HIS HOMETOWN HERO. BIRDS OF A FEATHER!
January 21, 2013
I think of all the big leaguers who may never have been big leaguers without you, all the winners who would never have known they were winners without you, the coaches who would never have been coaches, the fans who may never have been fans, even the umpires that may never have been umps and the hall of famers who may never have even been famous without the Earl of Baltimore. you helped carry a 7 year old boy who just lost his mother in 1971 thru some of the toughest years of his life and i am forever grateful. i think of your family and the people closest to you and wish you all gods peace.
January 21, 2013
May God Bless you in your time of sorrow. You have many fond memories to honor him long after his passing. Please know this fine gentleman brought much joy to sports fans all across America.
January 21, 2013
My condolences goes out to the Weaver family. I am from Baltimore and still love the Orioles. I remember Earl Weaver. Great coach.
January 21, 2013
You are an icon and will be missed by many. You wore your number 4 proudly.
January 21, 2013
The City of Elmira, NY will always hold you dear to their hearts! Never missed a game when you managed the AA Pioneers! Thanks for the memories!! RIP
January 21, 2013
Earl Weaver was what was good in baseball. He was the best manager all-time. I loved his will and his grittyness. He didn't take any crap from anyone. I loved his continuing fued with pitcher Jim Palmer, but at the end Palmer like and respected his baseball manager. We lost a great man today, he made baseball fun and exciting. Thanks for all the wonderful memories of Orioles baseball. RIP Earl of Baltimore.

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