Earl Weaver

The winningest manager of the Baltimore Orioles, left, led the team to the 1970 World Series title and four American League pennants. His teams won 1,480 games and lost 1,060, and his winning percentage (.583) ranks ninth all-time and fifth among managers in the modern era who managed 10 years or more. He was 82. <a href="http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-0120-earl-weaver-20130120,0,3941263.story" class="center_label">Full obituary</a>

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( Associated Press / January 26, 2013 )

The winningest manager of the Baltimore Orioles, left, led the team to the 1970 World Series title and four American League pennants. His teams won 1,480 games and lost 1,060, and his winning percentage (.583) ranks ninth all-time and fifth among managers in the modern era who managed 10 years or more. He was 82. Full obituary
Notable deaths of 2012

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