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Legendary Manager Earl Weaver Spews Profanities In Greatest Umpire Fight Ever [VIDEO]

Last Saturday, Earl Weaver, one of the most successful managers of the Post-World War II era died of a heart attack at the age of 82. Throughout his Hall of Fame career, Weaver was thrown out of 91 baseball games, and his arguments with umpires were legendary. Here's one for the ages.

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Will the Orioles' dream season end tonight? (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
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Major League Baseball Wildcard Preview

When commissioner Bud Selig added a second wild card team to each league, he hoped it would deliver some added excitement to the playoffs. Lucky for Bud, his plan worked.

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El Pasoan Omar Quintanilla Gets First Homer as an Oriole

While El Pasoan, and former Socorro Bulldog stand-out, Omar Quintanilla, has been passed around a few professional and minor league teams, he has said he won't give up. And today that held true...

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White Sox Left Fielder Dayan Viciedo Makes His Best Catch of the Year

Over the years there have been plenty of attention seeking losers, knuckleheads, and drunks that have run onto a playing field.  We all brace for that moment when the person runs out of real estate and gets gang tackled and possibly tased by that cities' finest

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What Will Get You a Lifetime Ban From Camden Yards?

At a time when you have a hard time paying people to go to an Orioles' game, Mark Harvey is a genius.  He will never be subjected to Orioles baseball as long as he lives (at least at Camden Yards).

Opening day 2012 at Camden Yards was Harvey's birthday

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Welcome Back! Baltimore Orioles Introduce New Retro Uniforms with Classic Cartoon Bird

The Baltimore Orioles unveiled new uniforms for the 2012 season Tuesday that include the team’s famous cartoon bird and a return to the orange jersey they haven’t used since 1992, the team’s inaugural season at Camden Yards.

Both changes are immediately in effect on all team apparel.

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A Night For the Ages in Major League Baseball

Every cliche, platitude, or superlative one could conjure up is applicable to what happened over a three hour period on the final evening of the 2011 Major League Baseball season.  The Braves and Red Sox decided to take September off, and the Cardinals and Rays took full advantage.

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Members of the Baltimore Orioles celebrate after defeating the Boston Red Sox 4-3 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on the final night of the 2011 season. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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The Greatest Baseball Soap Opera Finish Ever!

What can you say after one of the greatest nights in the history of baseball? After 182 days, the final night of the 2011 Major League Baseball season had more twists and turns than a John Grisham novel.

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Did Former Baltimore Orioles Great Mike Flanagan Commit Suicide Because the Team Is Terrible?

The Baltimore Orioles received awful news late Wednesday night amid word that former pitcher Mike Flanagan had been found dead. Local affiliate WBAL is reporting that Flanagan was so despondent over the poor performance of the organization in recent years that it drove him to suicide.

Flanagan, the 1979 American League Cy Young Award winner, was a pivotal part of the Orioles’ 1983 World Series team, going 12-4 that season. After his career ended in 1992, Flanagan stayed in baseball as an executive. In the 2000s, he found his way back to Baltimore, holding the top baseball executive position in the organization.

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