Earl Weaver

Ken Singleton Talks Baseball And Earl Weaver On The Fan

Ken Singleton joins Ed & Steve to talk about the upcoming season, and Orioles late great manger Earl Weaver.

105.7 The Fan–01/23/2013

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Bob Haynie: Remembering Earl Weaver

Was Baltimore’s most beloved leader one of the greatest in MLB?

105.7 The Fan–01/22/2013

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Bob Haynie: Meeting Earl Weaver

As a member of the media, I had the honor of talking to the Orioles Hall of Fame manager on a couple of occasions.



Stan ‘The Fan’ Charles

Sports commentator Stan “The Fan” Charles joined The Vinny and Rob Show today to talk about the life and legacy of former Orioles manager Earl Weaver.


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Former Orioles Pitcher Scott McGregor Remembers Earl Weaver

Former Orioles pitcher Scott McGregor called Ed & Steve to remember Orioles Manager Earl Weaver who passed this past weekend.

105.7 The Fan–01/22/2013


Former Orioles Center Fielder Paul Blair Remembers Earl Weaver

The former Oriole center fielder joined Ed & Steve to remember the late great Earl Weaver.

105.7 The Fan–01/22/2013

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Former Oriole Boog Powell Talks Earl Weaver

Former Oriole Boog Powell joins the Scott Garceau show to remember his former coach Earl Weaver.


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In His Own Words: Earl Weaver

Remembering Earl Weaver: Earl Joined the Scott Garceau Show when his statue was unveiled in June. Wonderful reflections on a HOF career.


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Beloved O’s Manager Earl Weaver Dead At 82

Earl Weaver, the feisty Hall-of-Fame Baltimore Orioles manager, died early Saturday morning of an apparent heart attack while on an Orioles’ fantasy cruise in the Caribbean. He was 82.


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RIP Earl Weaver

Earl Weaver dies at age 82.

105.7 The Fan–01/19/2013

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Eddie Murray Honored At Camden Yards

The Orioles had a well attended ceremony for the unveiling of the statue of Hall of Fame first baseman Eddie Murray. Before the celebration even began the crowd erupted with the chants of “Eddie Eddie Eddie.”


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Ken Singleton On Jim Palmer: ‘Best I’ve Ever Played With’

“I told my dad I got a hit off Jim Palmer and he said ‘Good. Now do it in the Big Leagues.”

105.7 The Fan–07/12/2012