Former MLB manager dies,Pat Corrales dies at age 82, who managed the Texas Rangers, Cleveland and the Philadelphia Phillies before a long stint on the Atlanta Braves coaching staff under Hall of Fame skipper Bobby Cox.

The Los Angeles Dodgers said Corrales passed on of characteristic causes Sunday night at his domestic within the north Georgia mountains. He had worked within the team’s front office since 2012, serving as a uncommon partner to the general manager in his last part.

A local of Los Angeles, Corrales was a backup catcher with four groups over a to a great extent nondescript career within the majors, compiling a .216 normal with four homers and 54 RBI over nine.

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He did get a chance to work behind future Hall of Famer Johnny Bench with the Cincinnati Reds and made his as it were postseason appearance as a player within the 1970 World Series, establishing to Brooks Robinson for the ultimate out in Baltimore’s five-game triumph.

Corrales was distant more eminent for his post-playing career, which included being MLB’s to begin with director of Mexican-American descent when he took over the Rangers for the final game of 1978 season.

Corrales was terminated by the Phillies in 1983, indeed in spite of the fact that the group was tied for to begin with put within the NL East. General manager Paul Owens moved to the burrow and guided the Phillies to the World Series, where they misplaced to the Baltimore Orioles in five diversions. A funeral benefit will be held Sept. 5 in Atlanta, with burial in Marble Hill, Georgia.