In baseball, momentum is the next day’s starting pitcher. At least that’s how the Baltimore Orioles’ Hall of Fame Manager Earl Weaver once described the term. 24 more words
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I long for the day when the manager was as predictable and steadfast in his commitment to a team as the players were.
Sparky Anderson. Tommy Lasorda. 537 more words
Earl Weaver only won one World Series as a manager. Isn’t that amazing? That stat almost makes me do a double take. He was such a dominant and influential manager and the Orioles had so many wonderful teams and so many trips to the post season. 457 more words
If you know me, you know I love baseball. I write about the game almost everyday in some small way. I use it as an analogy for life, and if you don’t believe me, just read a few pieces from my column… 192 more words
OK, today concludes the Manager Card section of the Card of the Day. I realized that I, for no intentional reason put two Brewers managers in the bunch. 679 more words
The Milwaukee Brewers played in the American League East division from 1972-93. In 2017, the Brewers will play many of their old foes from the East in Interleague matchups. 1,224 more words