Orioles set to wear patches honoring Earl Weaver this season

By Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

Back on Jan. 19, baseball lost legendary Orioles manager Earl Weaver at the age of 82. In his honor, the Orioles will wear commemorative patches this season. And here they are, courtesy of the O's official Twitter account (click on the picture to enlarge):

Weaver managed the Orioles for parts of 17 seasons, winning four American League pennants and one World Series. His career record was 1,480-1,060.

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