Marvin Miller

We Salute You: Marvin Miller

(WHTM) — Monday’s military hero is Marvin Miller of Mercersburg. Miller served in the U.S. Army’s 1st Infantry Division from 1964 to 1966. We salute you and thank you for your service.
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Marvin Miller

Dr. Marvin Miller from America in Bloom explains the grant to Tangipahoa Parish, and explains the important benefits of flora far beyond just beauty.

Jake Paul pitches UFC bout vs. Conor McGregor or Jorge Masvidal, with fighter benefits on the line: 'This is my Marvin Miller energy'

Jake Paul says he would be willing to fight once in the UFC against either Conor McGregor or Jorge Masvidal -- with some caveats. The YouTube influencer-turned-boxer said Saturday in a statement to ESPN that he would sign a one-fight UFC contract to compete against either McGregor or Masvidal in MMA with a wager on the line. Paul first tweeted about the idea Saturday morning.

Marvin Miller

Marvin D. Miller, 89, Middlebury, formerly of Nappanee, died at 7:05 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, at his residence. He was born May 11, 1932, in Nappanee, to Roman E. and Mattie (Yoder) Miller. He was first married to Frieda Mast Jan. 24, 1952, in Nappanee. She preceded in death...

Marvin Miller, 84

Marvin Miller, 84, of Conrad, IA, passed away Sunday, November 7, 2021, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids, IA. Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m., Friday, November 12, 2021, at New Hope Christian Church in Marshalltown. Visitation will be 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Thursday, November 11, 2021, at Anderson Funeral Homes in Marshalltown. Further arrangements are pending at Anderson Funeral Homes in Conrad.
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Marvin Miller family

Our thanks to the nursing staff at CHI Health St. Francis, especially the third, fourth and fifth floors for their excellent care for both Marvin and Pat. Thanks, also, to Pastor Kelly and to Dan Naranjo for Marvin’s service. Also, thanks to the many friends and family who sent cards for condolences. God’s blessing to you all.

MLB: Yankees Legend Derek Jeter is Enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame Alongside Ted Simmons, Larry Walker, and Late Union Chief Marvin Miller

Derek Jeter has finally been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The legendary New York Yankees shortstop joined fellow Class of 2020 inductees Ted Simmons and Larry Walker in Cooperstown on Wednesday for enshrinement along with the late union leader Marvin Miller. Last year’s ceremony was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Marvin Miller: The Late, Reluctant Hall of Fame Inductee

Welcome to The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of’s MLB writers. Peter Miller believes his father deserves his spot in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The first executive director of the players’ union, Marvin Miller was...
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Marvin Miller changed baseball. He’s finally enshrined among its greats.

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred, stood onstage and read the Hall of Fame plaque of Marvin Miller, a man that plaque described as a “game-changing labor leader.”. At many moments in the history of professional baseball — including, perhaps, this one — that sentence...

Yankees star Derek Jeter joins Ted Simmons, Larry Walker and Marvin Miller in Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2020 induction ceremonies

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Derek Jeter was simply Derek Jeter on his special day — smooth as silk. On a cloudy Wednesday afternoon with the temperature in the 70s and a few sprinkles in the air and adoring fans chanting his name, the former New York Yankees star shortstop and captain was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame after a long wait necessitated by the pandemic.

Marvin Miller remains “Godfather of it all” to modern MLBPA

Marvin Miller surveyed the baseball landscape and came to a radical conclusion: if ballplayers could be convinced to see themselves as blue collar laborers — not unlike the steelworkers Miller had once represented — there existed an opportunity to drastically shift the balance of power in the sport. Miller’s 16-year...

Tony Clark: Finally a Hall of Famer, Marvin Miller Lives on in MLB Clubhouses

Today’s guest columnist is Tony Clark, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association. In the mid-1990s, I got my first taste of Major League Baseball on, and off, the field. I was a young prospect for the Detroit Tigers, who had drafted me in 1990, and after a few years of playing both college basketball and minor league baseball, I played my first full season of pro ball in 1994.  Following a solid year in Double-A Trenton, N.J., and Triple-A Toledo, Ohio, I reached the Majors the following season, in 1995. But it was during my first Major League training...