Postscript: Earl Weaver, 1930-2013
Former Orioles Boog Powell joined the Scott Garceau Show and talks about the legacy of Earl Weaver. Boog tells how Earl always got the most out of his players. Powell also tells us about Earl's style of play and how he wanted the game to be played. We
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
Bill takes a listen to former Baltimore Orioles head coach Earl Weaver's most memorable tirade. Earl Weaver (Baltimore Sun file photo)
Dubbed "the Earl of Baltimore," Weaver managed the American League team for 17 seasons and amassed a record of 1,480 wins and 1,060 losses, including five 100-win seasons (1969-1971 and 1979-1980). He and the team won the World Series in 1970.
One could make an argument for Tommy Lasorda, Dick Williams, Bobby Cox, or.