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Rick Miller Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: April 19, 1948 in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Player Career
Bat: Left Throw: Left Height: 6' 0" Weight: 175
First Game: September 4, 1971 ; Final Game: October 4, 1985
Awards and Achievements
Won AL Gold Glove as outfielder (1978)
Biography | show moreshow less
Rick Miller This article was written by Mike Richard and is presented in part, courtesy of the Society for American Baseball Research Depending on how you spell it, or sometimes how you pronounce it, Boston has enjoyed its share of "Miller Time" for many seasons. In recent years, the Red Sox have employed Wade Miller, third baseman Bill Mueller (pronounced Miller) and first baseman Kevin Millar (OK, close enough). In past history there was also outfielder Hack Miller of the 1918 World Champs, third baseman Otto Miller of the early 1930s, and outfielder Bing Miller of the mid-'30s.However, there's no question that for longevity purposes and overall production, the best known of the bunch has been a fleet-footed left-handed batting outfielder by the name of Rick Miller.Richard Alan Miller was born on April 19, 1948, in Grand Rapids, Michigan to Irving and Marguerite Miller. Irving Miller was an outstanding center for the Union High School football team in Grand Rapids in the late 1920's, in his day playing opposite Gerald Ford while the future president was a student at South High School in Grand Rapids.
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