Earl Weaver and His Glorious Pottymouth

Earl Weaver was one of the greatest managers of all-time. He was also, when it comes to the use of profanity, delivered to us straight from the firmament. What follows is perhaps Weaver at his most resplendent. Among the things you will learn: Fleas steal bases, Terry Crowley’s roster spot is an act of almsgiving, and some things are more important than tomato plants. And, in the name of all that is holy, this is not safe for work …


And for the kids who prefer things set to the throbbing beats of rave parties, there’s this …


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  1. Dangerz says:

    That first weaver radio interview was staged. I remember reading about it a few years ago.

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    • Dayn Perry says:

      Yeah, it becomes pretty obvious by the end when they’re both starting to crack up. Still, I enjoyed the creative use of profanity on Weaver’s part.

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