Ray Miller, ex-manager and coach in Orioles HOF, dies at 76

today05/06/2021 22

share close

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Former Minnesota Twins and Baltimore Orioles manager Ray Miller has died.

He was 76.  No cause was announced.

Miller spent 42 years in professional baseball and mentored three Cy Young award winners: Mike Flanagan, Steve Stone and Doug Drabek. Jim Palmer, Scott McGregor and Mike Boddicker were also 20-game winners under his watch. His most memorable work was as a pitching coach for the Orioles and the Pittsburgh Pirates. His record as a manager was 266-297, with the Twins from 1985-86 the Orioles from 1998-99.


Source: AP – All contents copyright 2021 Associated Press.  All rights reserved.

Written by: Editor

Rate it

Previous post


O’s Means throws MLB’s 3rd no-hitter of season, tops M’s 6-0

SEATTLE (AP) — John Means threw the major leagues' third no-hitter this season and came within a wild pitch on a third strike of a perfect game, pitching the Baltimore Orioles over the Seattle Mariners 6-0. Means struck out 12 and walked none. Seattle's runner was Sam Haggerty after he struck out swinging on a curveball in the dirt on a 1-2 count with one out in the third inning […]

today05/06/2021 16