The baseball world lost one of the greatest managers in its history on Jan. 19, 2013, when Earl Weaver passed away at the age of 82.
The former Baltimore Orioles manager was known for many things during his time spent guiding his team to winning season after winning season, such as his fiery temper and his consistent "wait for the three-run homer" philosophy.
His approach and strategical brilliance led to great success for his Orioles, as he finished his career with a record of 1,480-1,060, four AL pennants, one World Series title and only one losing season—his final one.
Weaver will be missed by all baseball fans but will be remembered fondly for his personality and his accomplishments on the field. Here are a few.