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(YouTube) Video A happy 82nd birthday to Earl Weaver - and so here's his legendary "you're here to fark us" ejection performance (lots and lots of hugely not safe for work language)   (youtube.com) divider line 36
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2012-08-14 07:24:56 AM
Growing up when and where I did, all I got was Yankees and Mets games on TV. It was always something to look forward to when the Yankees played Baltimore. Especially if Billy Martin was also involved. That meant there was a chance for a real party.
 
2012-08-14 08:11:16 AM
Didn't know he was still alive.

/Happy birthday Earl, and thanks for the laughs
 
2012-08-14 08:22:10 AM
Earl Weaver Baseball 2 was great. I loved building my own stadiums with 30 foot walls.

I wish you could do that in today's games.
 
2012-08-14 08:31:48 AM
Wow, I thought he was 82 like 20 years ago.
 
2012-08-14 08:40:06 AM
I love it.
 
2012-08-14 08:48:50 AM
For what? F-ing up world series?

YOU KNOW IT!!!
 
2012-08-14 08:55:36 AM
God bless Earl Weaver.
 
2012-08-14 08:57:39 AM
One of my favorite people to ever walk the earth. Happy Birthday you angry, little man.

Angry and a God-Damned genius.
 
2012-08-14 09:11:16 AM

MugzyBrown: Earl Weaver Baseball 2 was great. I loved building my own stadiums with 30 foot walls.

I wish you could do that in today's games.


Yea, today's games are so much about "real-life simulation" that they've forgotten that, sometimes, the player just wants to goof around.
 
2012-08-14 09:19:13 AM
Don't forget Coach's Corner with Earl Wever

Link, NSFW Audio
 
2012-08-14 09:55:15 AM

Broktun: Don't forget Coach's Corner with Earl Wever

Link, NSFW Audio


Video in the link is dead, Jim.
 
2012-08-14 10:02:38 AM

IronOcelot: Broktun: Don't forget Coach's Corner with Earl Wever

Link, NSFW Audio

Video in the link is dead, Jim.


Earl Weaver in Manager's Corner NSFW audio

This should work.
 
2012-08-14 10:08:54 AM

Mr. Potatoass: Didn't know he was still alive.

/Happy birthday Earl, and thanks for the laughs


He's been at Camden Yards a few times this year while they unveil statues of former Orioles beyond center field. They've got a couple more the rest of the season, for Ripken and Brooks Robinson, and he'll presumably be there for those, too.
 
2012-08-14 10:10:12 AM

ozarkmatt: Growing up when and where I did, all I got was Yankees and Mets games on TV. It was always something to look forward to when the Yankees played Baltimore. Especially if Billy Martin was also involved. That meant there was a chance for a real party.


Billy in one dugout, Earl in the other dugout. You just knew the umps were like "OH, F*CK!"
 
2012-08-14 10:12:07 AM
Good find, subbs.

/we should always have this kind of audio
//but snowflakes
 
2012-08-14 10:19:28 AM
I like this one too:

Aug. 15, 1975:Earl Weaver is ejected from both games of a doubleheader against visiting Texas by umpire Ron Luciano. The Orioles manager is booted in the fourth inning of the first game for arguing a call and again, still seething, while exchanging lineup cards for the nightcap. "He [Luciano] told me he hates me," Weaver says. "He'll wind up driving a garbage truck if he keeps that up."

There would be a plethora of video's of Earl if all the games were broadcast back then.
 
2012-08-14 10:26:35 AM
Earl is the best! I've never been to Baltimore, but I'm an Oriole's fan to this day because of him.
 
2012-08-14 10:55:12 AM

Larry Mahnken: Mr. Potatoass: Didn't know he was still alive.

/Happy birthday Earl, and thanks for the laughs

He's been at Camden Yards a few times this year while they unveil statues of former Orioles beyond center field. They've got a couple more the rest of the season, for Ripken and Brooks Robinson, and he'll presumably be there for those, too.


Good to hear.

/Health, and long life to Mr. Weaver
 
2012-08-14 11:24:25 AM
Thanks, Subby. Thanks Earl. I'm sending this to my mom.
 
2012-08-14 11:44:38 AM
Too many CSB's from my childhood at Memorial stadium to share right now. Ask me later about puking out a bag of Cheetos & a 1/2 gallon of strawberry Kool Aid off the upper reserved rail to the fans below.

It was good time to be a kid & an O's fan during Earl's reign. I took my son to the O's game a few weeks back where they inducted that crusty old bastard into the Camden Yards own Hall of Fame. Even got the kid his own little statue of Earl. Good times. O's lost to the Tribe, though.

Happy birthday you miserable little farker. You're the best.
 
2012-08-14 11:58:44 AM

Slayinit: Ask me later about puking out a bag of Cheetos & a 1/2 gallon of strawberry Kool Aid off the upper reserved rail to the fans below


www.businessoflosingweight.com
 
2012-08-14 12:01:18 PM
You're gonna be in the Hall of Fame? For what? F-ing up the World Series!

i168.photobucket.com
 
2012-08-14 12:22:33 PM

Broktun: I like this one too:

Aug. 15, 1975:Earl Weaver is ejected from both games of a doubleheader against visiting Texas by umpire Ron Luciano. The Orioles manager is booted in the fourth inning of the first game for arguing a call and again, still seething, while exchanging lineup cards for the nightcap. "He [Luciano] told me he hates me," Weaver says. "He'll wind up driving a garbage truck if he keeps that up."

There would be a plethora of video's of Earl if all the games were broadcast back then.


Luciano and Weaver had a special relationship. Luciano would toss him for the funniest things.
 
2012-08-14 12:31:43 PM
Note the scoreboard in the background at about the 1:30 mark. This took place TWO pitches into the game. 1 ball, 1 strike count, no outs...

He reminds me of one of those annoying little yappy dogs, the way he keeps following Haller around and pestering him.
 
2012-08-14 01:20:55 PM
He's a national treasure.
 
2012-08-14 01:38:32 PM

21-37-42: Note the scoreboard in the background at about the 1:30 mark. This took place TWO pitches into the game. 1 ball, 1 strike count, no outs...

He reminds me of one of those annoying little yappy dogs, the way he keeps following Haller around and pestering him.


Came here to say this, though it's not quite two pitches in. This is the game; there'd been an out and a single before a balk was called (hence the "behind the rubber" discussion), resulting in Earl going nutso. The team won that game and 13 of their last 17 to get to 100 wins, second best in all of baseball. Of course, the Yankees were the best in all of baseball, so no playoffs for the Orioles.
 
2012-08-14 01:52:10 PM
From the Earl Weaver wikipedia:

"During one particular tirade with an umpire, Weaver headed to the dugout screaming, "I'm going to check the rule-book on that" to which the umpire replied, "Here, use mine." Weaver shot back, "That's no good - I can't read Braille."

That man should be declared a national treasure.
 
2012-08-14 02:07:19 PM
Many memories of the Earl of Baltimore. When I was a kid, you could join the Junior Orioles for like 10 bucks and get seats for 10 gqames in the rightfield bleachers at Memorial Stadium. You sat in the sun the whole time and fried, but it was worth it, 'cause you got tickets to all the promo games like bat day. I've still got three Louisville Slugger bats autographed by Brooks, Frank and Boog, and a ball from Jim Palmer. Good times, good times.

/// the Italian cold cut sub at Andy's Subs on the corner of Highland Ave & E. Baltimore St would last through the 7th inning
 
2012-08-14 04:23:06 PM
National treasure indeed. Happy b-day angry man.
 
2012-08-14 04:28:07 PM
tommy had some good ones too

"I think that is very very bad, for that man to make an accusation like that, that is terrible. I have never, ever since I've managed, ever told a pitcher to throw at anybody, nor will I ever. And if I ever did, I certainly wouldn't make them throw at a farking .130 hitter like [Joe] Lefebvre...or farking [Kurt] Bevacqua who couldn't hit water if he fell out of a farking boat. And I guaran-farking-tee you this, that when I pitched and I was gonna pitch against a farking team that had guys on it like Bevacqua, I'd send a farking limousine to get the cawksucker to make sure he was in the motherfarking lineup because I'd kick that cawksucker's ass any farking day of the week. He's a farking motherfarking bigmouth, I'll tell you that."
 
2012-08-14 04:39:19 PM
My respect for the umpire continued to go up and up and up during that video. To take that much abuse and not lose his cool...should be an instructional video for life.
 
2012-08-14 05:20:05 PM
I saw Earl get tossed after the first pitch of a game in Milwaukee. Al Bumbry bunted and the ball hit him in fair territory. Ump calls him out, which was correct, and Weaver went ballistic. Had his hat turned around backward before he even got out of the dugout.
 
2012-08-14 05:35:12 PM

Lafnlion: My respect for the umpire continued to go up and up and up during that video. To take that much abuse and not lose his cool...should be an instructional video for life.


"For what? Farking up World Series" is the absolute best part. I still laugh at it to this day.
 
2012-08-14 08:18:10 PM

downstairs: Lafnlion: My respect for the umpire continued to go up and up and up during that video. To take that much abuse and not lose his cool...should be an instructional video for life.

"For what? Farking up World Series" is the absolute best part. I still laugh at it to this day.


For the record, the ump was right. To that point, Weaver had won one World Series and lost three.
 
2012-08-14 10:05:11 PM
Oh, "Manager's Corner." Don and Mike used to play the censored version of this, and it cracked me up. This was comic gold.

/Happy Belated Birthday Earl.
 
2012-08-15 04:13:51 PM
I'm not sure the exact timing of that that particular ejection, but if memory serves me I believe it was like the first or second inning.... which makes it even more hilarious.
 
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