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Hugh Miller Shows Prowess in Amateur Baseball League

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Seven-time PBA Tour champion and two-time Senior Tour champion Hugh Miller of Seattle has recently become a two-sport star after competing in the Puget Sound Senior Baseball League the past two seasons

Competing in both the 50+ Senior division and a 35-50 year division over the summer, Miller had batting averages of .316 and .417, respectively, playing for the Solar Sox and Diamond Jacks. He played several positions but mainly in the outfield. He also was called on to pitch but readily admits he throws more strikes bowling than pitching. Miller started playing senior league baseball when a couple of his friends on his Tuesday night bowling league invited him to try out. Miller won his second PBA Senior Tour title in the season-ending 2011 Senior Dayton Classic.

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