Earl Weaver, the fiery, longtime manager of the Baltimore Orioles, was perhaps the art's most flashy practitioner. While he argued, he furiously pecked the brim of his hat on an umpire like a bird. He once tore up a rulebook and scattered the pages all over the field. In an infamous incident, Weaver was tossed for smoking a cigarette in the dugout. The next day he delivered the lineup card to the ump with a candy cig dangling from his lip. He was tossed again.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Baseball's Most-Ejected Managers
Forbes' list of "Baseball's Most Ejected Managers" only goes back to 2004, but that doesn't stop Monte Burke from giving a nod to Earl Weaver.
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