Marvin Miller Dies Before Cooperstown

Marvin Miller Dies Before Cooperstown

Marvin Miller, an economist and labor leader who became one of the most influential figures in baseball history by building the major league players union into a force that revolutionized the game, died on Tuesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 95.

His daughter, Susan, announced his death, according to The Associated Press.

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