Williams was Hall-of-Fame manager Bobby Cox’s third base coach from 1991-96. He won his first World Series in 1995.
Williams, who was born in Santa Maria, California, managed the Blue Jays from 1986-89, the Red Sox from 1997-2001 and the Astros from 2002-04.
He also worked 15 years as a coach, including 13 as a third base coach for Toronto and Atlanta. He spent the other two seasons as a bench coach for the Phillies, with whom he won another World Series.
Before he became a coach, he had a brief playing career that included a very short stint in the majors.