Norm Miller

Outfielder
TEAM: Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves
Born: Feb. 26, 1945

Miller played for the Houston Astros for nine seasons before finishing his career in Atlanta. A Los Angeles native, He singled in his first major-league at-bat — at Dodger Stadium. He hit Opening Day homers in 1968 and 1970. Though a good-fielding, light-hitting outfielder, he was valuable as a pinch hitter. He scored the winning run in the 24th inning of a 1-0 game between the Astros and Mets in 1968.

 

Here is a link to our special JBM interview with Miller.

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Did you know? In 2009, Miller published his memoir, “To All My Fans from ‘Norm Who’?”

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