Bird songs: “The Earl of Baltimore” by Terry Cashman

Terry Cashman, a songwriter and lead singer of The Chevrons in the late 1950’s and early 60’s, as well as one of the producers of the famous Jim Croce, is famous for his songs about baseball. His most famous piece is “Talkin’ Baseball (Willie, Mickey and the Duke).”¬†However Cashman also recorded songs about specific teams and players, including the late Earl Weaver.

Weaver led the O’s to more wins than any other Orioles manager since the team moved to Baltimore in 1954. (Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

Weaver became the manager of the Orioles in 1968. In the next three seasons as Baltimore’s skipper, he led the O’s to three consecutive World Series, four total with one victory in 1970.

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