The Dodgers confirmed the death Sunday of minor league hitting instructor Bill Robinson.

Robinson, 64, was a 16 year big league vet who hit 24 homers for the 1979 World Champion Pirates. During his coaching career, Robinson earned rings as hitting coach for the ’86 Mets, and again as first base coach for the 2003 Marlins.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s obituary can be found here.