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Jim Williams: Baseball loses union legend Marvin Miller

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Marvin Miller was the head of the Major League Baseball Players Association from 1966 through 1982, and his death Tuesday at the age of 95 closes the chapter on one of the most influential men in sports history. When it comes to Miller's importance to baseball, the game we know right now would not exist without his strong impact on how the players were treated by the owners. He made the Major...

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