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January 20, 2013
Earl, you were the best. You will be greatly missed. RIP.
January 20, 2013
Spent the day at the Orioles FAN FEST. Everyone's smart phones all got the news at the same time while we were waiting in line to get inside. Tears were flowing and great stories told. The O's did a nice tribute video and hung his jersey on the stage. Buck passed on to us that if he was ablle to talk to Earl he would have said don't let this ruin FAN FEST. The people of Baltimore will never forget him and all of us were glad to see him six times last year at the "YARD " when they got their statues. GOD SPEED and take care of the boys upstairs from your old teams.
January 20, 2013
Mr.Weaver,it was an honor to watch you manage.you played my beloved pirates twice in the world series (and you lost both times) but the orioles were still a great team.we will miss you sir.our prayers are with your family and with oriole nation.
January 19, 2013
He worked winters as an auto salesman for us the last two seasons he managed the Pioneers. He never sold much, but, the stories he told on those long winter Elmira nights in the showroom kept us laughing.

Whenever we wanted to see a game, Earl would provide us with front row box seats directly behind home plate and ushers would wait on us with refreshments.

He was always a real classy many to us. He will be missed.
January 19, 2013
One of the Greatest Managers that ever Coach.
January 19, 2013
It was a pleasure to know Earl Weaver. I had fun watching him throw his rants with the umpires as I grew up. In fantasy camp he had a great time with campers and the fans. In fact he was so nice, my wife asked him to take a picture of her with Jim Palmer. She has that picture on the wall in her office. Baseball fans will miss this great manager and friend.
January 19, 2013
We will all miss you, Sandy
January 19, 2013
Mr Weaver was my next door neighbor as a child, in Richmond Heights. He and his family shaped my live my life in so many ways. One memory has stuck with me for years, and provided many a laugh at my expense when I recount. I was a shy child and hardly spoke. One Christmas season, his daughter and I were curled up at his feet coloring pictures. He shocked me when he growled out to his wife; "for years we have been trying to get her to talk, and now we can't get her to shut up!". Mike, Rhonda and Terry, please know I think of you often, especially today. Thanks for the cherished childhood memories. Denni Laws
January 19, 2013
Well earl you helped my career in a way I shall always remember when I played for the Baltimore orioles I remember one thing your face from your seat never left my sight almost like you envisioned already the direction of my hits flight also you where the one whom kept smiling more when you where watching me hit just like one of your old coaches and now you'made it to where he is say hello to the man whom kept me at plate.
January 19, 2013
As a Red Sox fan, I fondly remember Earl Weaver and respected him 100% as the Baltimore Orioles manager. You will be missed mostly by family and close friends, but certainly by the baseball world. Thank you Mr. Weaver for your contributions to Baseball and may you forever RIP. You will be missed but your legacy will never ever be forgotten. God Bless.

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