Originally written on The Sports Bank  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Major League Baseball lost two legends of the game today: the man who re-pioneered the concept of the passionate, fiery, ornery manager in Earl Weaver. He’s one of the biggest names in the history of the Baltimore Orioles organization. Also passing unfortunately was Mr. St. Louis Cardinals Stan Musial. When he retired in 1963, Musial held 17 major league, 29 National League and nine All-Star game records. He was elected to The Baseball Hall of Fame in 1969. He was 92. Career statistics: 3,026 games; 10,972 at-bats; 1,949 runs; 3,630 hits; 475 home runs; 1,951 RBI ; .331 batting average. He was named Sporting News Sportsman of the Decade 1946-56. Earl Sidney Weaver, who led the Baltimore Orioles to four pennants and a World Series title with a pugnacity toward umpires, died Saturday of an apparent heart attack at age 82, Major League Baseball said. 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 loss...
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