Tom Miller (catcher)
|Died: May 29, 1876 (aged 25–26)|
|October 24, 1874, for the Philadelphia Athletics|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 29, 1875, for the St. Louis Brown Stockings|
Thomas P. Miller (1850 – May 29, 1876), nicknamed "Reddy", was an American Major League Baseball catcher who played a total of 59 games during his two-season career. He played four games for the 1874 Philadelphia Athletics, and 55 games for the 1875 St. Louis Brown Stockings, both of the NAPBBP. His career statistical totals include: 230 at bats, 19 runs scored, two doubles, and a .187 batting average.
He died of kidney problems in Philadelphia on May 29, 1876, a week after he played in an exhibition game and appeared to be in good health. He is interred at Evergreen Memorial Park in Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania, after having been moved from Lafayette Cemetery in Philadelphia.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
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