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Corky Abraham Phillip Miller〔Zingler, David. ("Corky Miller: What's in a name? )," ''Minnesota Public Radio'': "The Bleacher Bums" (April 21, 2005).〕 (born March 18, 1976) is a former catcher in Major League Baseball and currently coaches the Dayton Dragons, the A-affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Cincinnati Reds, Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves and Chicago White Sox.
Miller saw action in parts of 11 seasons in the major leagues and he played in parts of 17 seasons in the minor leagues, batting a cumulative .193 whilst in the majors and .248 in the minors.〔Sheldon, Mark. ("Miller the main attraction at Caravan's Louisville stop: Longtime Bats catcher and fan favorite highlights Reds contingent at Kentucky event," ) MLB.com (Jan. 24, 2014).〕 He played in a franchise-record ten seasons with the Louisville Bats, the AAA-affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds from 2001-2004, then again from 2009–2014, and is currently the Louisville franchise's all-time leader in games played with 548.
==High school career==
Miller was a star baseball and football player at Yucaipa High School in Yucaipa, California. His accolades include first-team All-State and All-CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) honors while leading the T-Birds to the CIF titles in 1993 and 1994. He was also first-team All-CIF in football. He was inducted into the Yucaipa High School Hall of Fame in 2009.〔Little, Josh. ("Corky Miller Inducted into Yucaipa High School Hall of Fame," ) KOLO-TV website (May 05, 2009).〕
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