Miller, Marvin

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Marvin, 20th century U.S. pediatrician.
Miller syndrome - facial and limb defects at birth. Synonym(s): postaxial acrofacial dysostosis
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He and his wife, Andrea, continue to devote time and money to numerous worthy causes, including the Children's Hospital of Illinois and Children's Home + Aid, which strives to find families to adopt and foster underprivileged children.<br />Through the years, he has received numerous honors for his community involvement, including the Lou Gehrig, Roberto Clemente and Marvin Miller awards.<br />"Jim Thome isn't merely a Hall of Fame ballplayer,'' Cuddyer said.
Bud Selig is in the Hall of Fame; Marvin Miller isn't.
He also discusses social unrest at the time; labor and salary issues; the disappointing performances of teams; specific players; the role of the head of the Players Association, Marvin Miller; and changes that occurred to create a comeback.
Journalist Studs Terkel called Marvin Miller "the most effective union organizer since John L.
From Al Rosen and Phillip Roth, to Marvin Miller to Ryan Braun, Jews have had an outsized influence on America's pastime.
Later in his life, Grebey--embittered by his experience in baseball, vilified by Marvin Miller and the players' union, and cast aside by the owners in 1983--had few baseball items on display in his Connecticut home, but did make room for his beloved Cubs.
''Words cannot adequately describe the level of disappointment and disbelief I felt when learning that once again the Hall of Fame has chosen to ignore Marvin Miller and his unparalleled contributions to the growth and prosperity of Major League Baseball,'' players' association head Tony Clark said in a statement.
Some of his other subjects need no introduction: Marvin Miller, Bud Selig, Theo Epstein, Roger Kahn, Murray Chass, Donald Fehr, Jerry Reinsdorf, and Andrew Zimbalist.
Kuhn, who was the head of Major League Baseball in the '60s and '70s has the dubious distinction of being the commissioner of baseball when Marvin Miller came on the scene, empowered the players, and used union tactics to reshape the game.
Marvin Miller, former executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, has passed away at the age of 95.