For almost 400 members of M67 we have accumulated about 5,000 precise radial velocities. Already we have orbital solutions for more than 32 spectroscopic binaries in M67. Many of these orbits were derived by combining the Palomar and CfA observations, thus extending the time coverage to more than 20 years. The distribution of eccentricity versus period shows evidence for tidal circularization on the main sequence. The transition from circular orbits is fairly clean. Excluding the blue stragglers, the first eccentric orbit has a period of 11.0 days, while the last circular orbit has a period of 12.4 days. For longer periods the distribution of eccentricity is the same as for field stars. The blue straggler S1284 has an eccentric orbit despite its short period of 4.2 days.