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March 5, 1966 > United Steelworkers union official Marvin Miller is named the executive director of the Major League Players Association. Miller's strong guidance will unite the union and lead to an overhaul in all kinds of working conditions for the players. Most notably, he'll help bring about the process of free agency, which will lead to an exponential increase in salaries.