Miller hits first home run, lifts career average to .383

April 23, 2014

Aaron Miller BaseballAaron Miller of Anchorage smacked his first career home run for the Mayville State University baseball team in a 5-1 victory over the University of Winnipeg.

The 5-foot-9 sophomore outfielder finished 2-for-3 with a walk, two runs and three RBIs for the NAIA Comets.

He raised his batting average to .355 in 44 games this year.

Miller, of Service High fame, is a line-drive hitter known for spraying singles all over the field.

But in the fourth inning in this game he launched a three-run bomb, his first homer in 150 career plate appearances.

He has 23 RBIs on the season.

This was also the 12th game this season in which Miller collected two hits or more.

Miller’s career average is .383 in 59 games dating back to last year.