Pat Corrales Cause Of Death And Net Worth: Former MLB Manager Dies At 82

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Patrick Corrales popularly referred to as Pat Corrales has sadly passed at the age of 82. We explore the cause of his death and net worth.

He was an American professional baseball catcher, manager, and coach who played in Major League Baseball from 1964 to 1973.

Pat Corrales primarily played for the Cincinnati Reds. He also played for Philadephia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals and San Diego Padres. He was the first MLB manager of Mexican-American descent.

Corrales is best remembered for his time as skipper of the Texas Rangers (1978-80), Philadelphia Phillies (1982-83) and Cleveland (1983-87).

His death has left friends, family and colleagues in baseball devastated. However, many are interested in the cause of death and how rich he was.

What was the cause of Pat Corrales’ death?

The cause of Pat Corrales’ death is currently unknown. USA Today’s Bob Nightingale shared the news of the passing of the baseball legend.

He revealed the news in a tweet shared on X. He wrote “RIP legendary Pat Corrales, 82, a fiery player, manager and baseball executive who leaves behind quite a fabulous legacy. It was a privilege to know and spend time with him.”

Since his passing his colleagues and stakeholders in Major League Baseball have taken to social media to pay tribute to him.

The Guardians shared their condolences on X, formerly known as Twitter: “We are saddened to hear of the passing of former Cleveland Manager Pat Corrales. Corrales spent nine years as a Major League Manager, leading our club from 1983-87.”

What was the net worth of Pat Corrales?

Concrete information is not available concerning the net worth of Pat Corrales. However, according to Buzzlearn, Pat Corrales’ net worth was around $10 million.