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    1996 Earl Weaver Day Presentation Ring. Known for kicking dirt at umpires, Earl Weaver had toned down his act considerably as the years went on. The Hall of Fame skipper had a simple rationale when asked about his formula of success: "Pitching, defense and a three-run homer." The second man to steer the Baltimore Orioles to a World Series championship, Weaver was presented this "[size] 10.75" career ring July 26, 1996 in front of the Baltimore faithful. "4" is raised against thirteen diamonds (.02 carats apiece) and "Earl Weaver Hall of Fame 1996" is embossed around the perimeter. One shank reads "Manager of the Year 1973 1977 1979" while the opposite side reveals "World Series 1970 Al Pennants 69, 70, 71, 79". "10k" is engraved on the inside. Also included is the original cherry wood box with "Presented to Earl Weaver July 26th, 1996 Earl Weaver Day" applied to a gold placard.

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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