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Earl Weaver
August 14, 1930 -
Nationality: American
Category: Coach
Subcategory: American Coach

Coaches are an integral part of any manager's team, especially if they are good pinochle players.


The key step for an infielder is the first one, to the left or right, but before the ball is hit.


Nobody likes to hear it, because it's dull, but the reason you win or lose is darn near always the same - pitching.


The job of arguing with the umpire belongs to the manager, because it won't hurt the team if he gets thrown out of the game.


This ain't a football game, we do this every day.


A manager should stay as far away as possible from his players. I don't know if I said ten words to Frank Robinson while he played for me.


You win pennants in the off season when you build your teams with trades and free agents.


I think there should be bad blood between all clubs.


The only thing that matters is what happens on the little hump out in the middle of the field.


Don't worry, the fans don't start booing until July.


Momentum? Momentum is the next day's starting pitcher.


A manager's job is simple. For one hundred sixty-two games you try not to screw up all that smart stuff your organization did last December.


I think the National League has better biorhythms in July.


You can't sit on a lead and run a few plays into the line and just kill the clock. You've got to throw the ball over the damn plate and five the other man his chance. That's why baseball is the greatest game of them all.


On my tombstone just write, 'The sorest loser that ever lived.'


The key to winning baseball games is pitching, fundamentals, and three run homers.


In baseball, you can't kill the clock. You've got to give the other man his chance. That's why this is the greatest game.


No one's gonna give a damn in July if you lost a game in March.


I became an optimist when I discovered that I wasn't going to win any more games by being anything else.


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