“When it comes to running a ballgame, no one did it better than Earl Weaver. And now everyone can learn how he did it.”
“Weaver talking about baseball is worth listening to twice, or even three times.”
“I learned more from Earl Weaver than anyone else I ever played for or against.”
About the Author
Terry Pluto is one of the most prolific sportswriters of our day, writing primarily about baseball and basketball. He lives near Akron, Ohio.
Earl Weaver was enshrined in baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1996 after a career marked by intensity, innovation, wit, and winning. He has done television and radio work and now lives in retirement in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.