May 25, 2024

Former Phillies manager, catcher Pat Corrales dies at 82

Former big league manager, coach, catcher Pat Corrales dies at 82

Pat Corrales, an 82-year-old former big league manager, coach, and catcher, passed away.
Corrales passed away at his home in the mountains of north Georgia, according to the Los Angeles Dodgers, from natural causes. He was the general manager’s special assistant and had been employed by the Dodgers since 2012.
Corrales spent nine seasons as a major league catcher in the major leagues, but his post-playing career is what made him most famous. Prior to a protracted tenure on the coaching staff of the Atlanta Braves under Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox, he managed at Texas, Cleveland, and Philadelphia.

Pat Corrales, an 82-year-old former big league manager, coach, and catcher, passed away.
Corrales passed away at his home in the mountains of north Georgia, according to the Los Angeles Dodgers, from natural causes. He was the general manager’s special assistant and had been employed by the Dodgers since 2012.
Corrales spent nine seasons as a major league catcher in the major leagues, but his post-playing career is what made him most famous. Prior to a protracted tenure on the coaching staff of the Atlanta Braves under Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox, he managed at Texas, Cleveland, and Philadelphia.

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