In Miller's second run with Philadelphia, he had three straight .300 seasons (1928-30) and was good for 150 Hits in those years, and the two seasons after. The Rightfielder was a part of the A's 1929 and 1930 World Series Championship Team, and he was especially useful in the '29 Fall Classic, where he batted .368 with 4 RBIs. His play declined in 1933 and was released two years after.Miller's weak defense brings him down a few notches here, but overall, he is a player who batted .311 with 1,480 Hits as an Athletic. Philadelphia would later induct Miller into their Baseball Wall of Fame in 1998.
Comments powered by CComment