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Earl Weaver (Associated Press/Nick Wass)
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January 24, 2013
The joy of following and rooting for the Orioles and Earl in 1970 is still fresh in my mind !
I was 10 back then !! Thank You Earl and all the O's of my
childhood !! You were delightful!! Never to be surpassed or forgotten !!!!
January 24, 2013
My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. Earl Weaver was the BEST Manager the Orioles ever had. Thank you for the wonderful memories.RIP
January 24, 2013
My heart goes out to Mrs. Weaver, his children and Earl's entire family.
I grew up in Rochester as a Red Wings fan and lifelong O's fan. Earl was the epitome of baseball...heart, unbelievable passion and work ethic. The world of baseball is better because of him. He will be missed by all, even the umpires who might not want to admit it. RIP Mr. Weaver...#4 lives on forever.
January 24, 2013
R.I.P. Earl Weaver - Thank you for you constant striving for following rules and your insistance on practice, practice, practice. "Deep Depth" and using a player on pure statistics was ingenius. Hopefully Heaven will have a place for you to smoke a pack of cigarettes in the dugout!! Please say hi to Dave McNally, Pat Dobson, Mike Cuellar, and Mark Belanger, and be to nice Ron Luciano.
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