Former main league catcher, coach and manager Pat Corrales has died at 82, USA Today reported Monday.
He performed 9 seasons with 4 groups from 1964-73. He later managed elements of 9 years with three groups.
Corrales was the primary base coach for the 1995 World Series champion Atlanta Braves.
Corrales batted .216 with 4 homers in 300 video games with the Philadelphia Phillies (1964-65), St. Louis Cardinals (1966), Cincinnati Reds (1968-72) and San Diego Padres (1972-73).
He compiled a 572-634-5 report as manager of the Texas Rangers (1978-80), Phillies (1982-83) and then-Cleveland Indians (1983-87).
Corrales additionally labored as a coach with the Rangers (1976-78), New York Yankees (1989), Braves (1990-2006) and the Washington Nationals (2007-08, 2009, 2011).
In 2012, he joined his hometown Los Angeles Dodgers as a particular assistant to the final manager.
—Field Level Media