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Marvin Miller, Union Chief Who Reshaped Baseball, Dies at 95

Marvin Miller, who transformed the economics of Major League Baseball as the longtime leader of its players union, has died. He was 95.

He died at his Manhattan home early this morning, the Major League Baseball Players Association said. He had been diagnosed with liver cancer in August, the Associated Press reported, citing his daughter, Susan.