While he may not be throwing strikes on the Major League level anymore, don't think for one instant Matt Miller doesn't still have the passion for baseball he had when he was a kid. Miller was a standout pitcher for Monterey parlaying that into a All Southwest Conference type of career at Texas Tech under former head coach Larry Hays during the mid 1990s. Miller was drafted in the second round of the 1996 MLB draft by the Detroit Tigers. After a few years in the minor leagues, Miller made his debut in the bigs in 2001. A shoulder injury ended his career after the 2002 season. He returned home to Lubbock where in works in the financial industry and still works to prepare young ball players for the game that is still near and dear to him.
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