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cjdore wrote: One thing about Stan the Man that you guys may not know......his grandson is a Vandy grad and was a friend of mine . I met Stan my soph year and besides being a great baseball player, he was a prince of a man. RIP Stan.....you will be missed,
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From the Wall Street Journal: "He liked to use four starting pitchers instead of the currently fashionable five. Why not give the maximum number of innings to your best? The 1971 Orioles had four 20-game winners, a feat accomplished only one other time in baseball history by the 1920 White Sox. At spring training in 1975, he was one of the first managers to use radar guns. Weaver loved to lose his games by lopsided scores. He bet disgust would energize his teams."That second to last line, "loved to lose his games by lopsided scores" could be also said of a long line of our football coaches...a distinction that I'm glad that we've put behind us with the new administration and football coaching staff.
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