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.
Earl Weaver dies at age 82.
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.”
“I told my dad I got a hit off Jim Palmer and he said ‘Good. Now do it in the Big Leagues.”
Former Orioles pitcher Scott McGregor talks Earl Weaver & Orioles pitching.
The Baltimore Orioles honored Earl Weaver by unveiling a 7-foot statue of the Hall of Fame manager during a ceremony at Camden Yards.
Earl Weaver, Orioles Hall of Famer, joins Scott & Jeremy to talk about his statue being unveiled. Earl tells some great stories about himself and talks about what its like to be immortalized with a statue at Camden Yards. Earl recaps some of his fondest memories as manager of the Baltimore Orioles.
Would Earl Weaver be a great manager today?
Hall of Famer & O’s broadcaster Jim Palmer joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about the Orioles and Earl Weaver. The O’s will unveil a statue honoring Mr. Weaver on Saturday at Camden Yards.
As part of the celebration of Camden Yards’ 20th Anniversary, The Orioles will honor their six Hall of Famers with bronze statues in the picnic grove-area. Frank Robinson will be honored Saturday followed throughout the season by Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer, Eddie Murray and Cal Ripkin Jr.
The Baltimore Orioles will present replicas of the six Hall of Fame sculptures of players to be recognized during the Orioles Legends Celebration Series.
Earl Weaver remembers Mike Flanagan on the Norris & Davis Show.