Former Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver has died at the age of 82.

The Hall of Fame manager spent his entire 17-year managerial career with the Baltimore Orioles (1968-82, 1985-86), compiling a 1,480-1,060 record. Weaver won four American League East titles, four American League pennants and won the World Series in 1970. His only losing season came in 1986.

Weaver will be remembered for the philosophy of  “pitching, defense and the three-run homer” and for his fiery personality, that saw him get ejected from major league games over 90 times and receive four multiple game suspensions.

This video is classic Earl Weaver: