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Earl Weaver

Hall of Popularity supervisor who stood in 5’7″ and was recognized to frequently blow his best. He coached the Baltimore Orioles from 1968 to 1982 and 1985 to 1986, leading the group to a global Series Tournament in 1970. He started his profession in the main leagues at age group 17. At any small provocation, he’d significantly walk up to the umpires and poke a finger square to their chests. His dad was a dried out cleaner for many NFL groups. After retiring from training, he proceeded to go into broadcasting, contacting the 1984 Country wide League Tournament Series for ABC alongside Don Drysdale and Reggie Jackson.

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