Frank Miller (baseball)

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This article is about Frank Miller, the baseball player. For other people with this name, see Frank Miller (disambiguation).
Frank Miller
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Pitcher
Born: May 13, 1886
Allegan, Michigan
Died: February 14, 1974
Allegan, Michigan
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
July 12, 1913 for the Chicago White Sox
Last MLB appearance
July 30, 1923 for the Boston Braves
Career statistics
Win–loss record 52-66
Strikeouts 359
Earned run average 3.01
Teams

Frank Lee Miller (May 13, 1886, Allegan, Michigan – 19 February 1974, Allegan, Michigan), a.k.a. "Bullet", was 27 years old when he entered the professional baseball scene on July 12, 1913, with the Chicago White Sox.

Miller pitched only one game in the 1913 season, taking a loss. He returned to the Majors with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1916, where he pitched an average of 30 games a year through the 1919 season.

He again left the scene for the 1920-21 seasons, but returned to the field again in 1922, this time wearing the uniform of the Boston Braves.

He played his last major league game 30 July 1923.

He died 19 February 1974, aged 87, in his hometown, Allegan, Michigan and was interred in Rowe Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Allegan County, Michigan.

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