Many major league ballplayers weren't alive in 1982 when Marvin Miller stepped down as executive director of the players' union. But a number of players took time to honor Miller, who died early Tuesday at the age of 95. Under Miller's leadership, the baseball union successfully challenged the reserve clause, opening the door to free agency in 1975, and saw exponential growth of player salaries. Here's what several current players had to say on Twitter:


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