Marvin Miller organizer of the MLBPA has passed away. He was 95
Marvin Miller, the legendary labor organizer who grew Major League Baseball's players from puppets into what was often called the strongest union in America, died Tuesday morning. He was 95.
Over his 17 years as leader of the Major League Baseball Players Association, Miller instilled confidence in what was a fractured group of players and fear in ownership, preaching the strength of unity. During his tenure through 1982, Miller oversaw MLB's first collective-bargaining agreement, gained free agency for players, weathered three strikes and two lockouts, and positioned the players to reap the benefits they do today, when the average major league salary is more than $3.4 million.
where are the philly fans complaining about Yankees juicing it in 2009? lol.
Damn what an ignorant post. You might want to research what the difference between steroids and Adderall is. He probably didn't even know it was forbidden in baseball because I'm sure he could have gotten a prescription from a doctor if he wanted it. My dumb ass college friends can convince a doctor they have ADHD.
Edit: The article says if he just got the prescription approved with a MLB clinician it would have been fine.
Last edited by Clyde Donovan: 11-27-2012 at 07:28 PM.