Former big league manager, coach, catcher Pat Corrales dies at 82
ATLANTA (AP) — Former big league manager, coach and catcher Pat Corrales has died at the age of 82. The Los Angeles Dodgers announced that Corrales died of natural causes at his home in the north Georgia mountains. He had worked with the Dodgers since 2012 and served as a special assistant to the general manager. Corrales was a big league catcher over nine seasons in the majors, but he was more notable for his post-playing career. He managed at Texas, Cleveland and Philadelphia before a long stint on the Atlanta Braves coaching staff under Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox.