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Marvin Miller Dies Before Cooperstown

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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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