Miller extends 13-game hit streak, batting .515 in April

April 13, 2015

Aaron Miller BaseballAfter a slow start, Aaron Miller of Anchorage has heated up for Mayville State in North Dakota.

The junior outfielder has a 13-game hitting streak going while bumping his batting average to .339 in 36 games for the NAIA school.

He’s hitting .515 [17-for-33] in April.

Miller, of Service High fame, hit his first home run Friday during the spring season and his second since Sept. 28.

The next game he went 4-for-6 and drove in two runs.

He has 13 RBIs in his last 10 games.

Miller is a.351 career hitter at Mayville State in 105 games.