Thursday, Could 6, 2021
Ray Miller, the previous Minnesota Twins and Baltimore Orioles supervisor who spent 42 several years in qualified baseball and served as the pitching coach for three Cy Younger award winners, has died. He was seventy six.
The Twins claimed Miller died Tuesday evening. No result in was declared.
Miller’s document as a important league supervisor was 266-297, with the Twins from 1985-86 and the Orioles from 1998-99.
The indigenous of Takoma Park, Maryland, pitched ten several years in the minor leagues with the San Francisco, Cleveland and Baltimore units, before commencing his coaching occupation with the Orioles. He mentored Cy Younger winners Mike Flanagan (1979) and Steve Stone (1980) and even received a Environment Collection with the Orioles (1983). Jim Palmer, Scott McGregor and Mike Boddicker have been twenty-match winners below his look at, as well.
The Twins employed him halfway through the 1985 year as the substitution for supervisor Billy Gardner, but Miller himself was fired the future year with 23 online games remaining. His successor, Tom Kelly, received the initially of two Environment Collection the following year.
Miller then went to Pittsburgh for a ten-year run as pitching coach, together with Doug Drabek’s Cy Younger year (1990). He was employed all over again as a supervisor in Baltimore, a two-year stint that highlighted the choice by Cal Ripken Jr. to close his all-time document consecutive online games streak.
Miller then returned to his roots by finishing his occupation there as a pitching coach, retiring in 2005. He was inducted into the Orioles’ Hall of Fame in 2010.