• Marvin Miller, MLBPA's first leader, dies at 95

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Nov 27, 2012
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Jon Wertheim: Marvin Miller changed players' union, and baseball, forever

      Few people ever brought about more significant change to baseball than Marvin Miller. On the occasion of the labor leader's passing, Jon Wertheim recalls Miller's lasting legacy,
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    • Influential union chief Miller dies at age 95

      Marvin Miller, who helped bring balance to the financial playing field of Major League Baseball as the executive director of the players union, died Tuesday. Miller, who was ill with cancer, was 95.
      Source: MLB.com
  • Free-agency pioneer Marvin Miller meant a lot to football, too

    It was announced on Tuesday morning that 95-year-old Marvin Miller, the former executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, passed away. Miller is best known for taking over an MLB players union in 1966 that was little more than …
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  • Marvin Miller dies at 95: Labor leader transformed baseball

    Try naming the most influential people in baseball history. Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Ban Johnson, Branch Rickey, Curt Flood - whomever you got. If your list is longer than five names and doesn't have Marvin Miller on it, whip out an eraser and try ag
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