Ever heard of Ralph Miller? No, I'm not talking about your high school Civics teacher, rather the ball player of the 1920's. Okay, to be fair, until yesterday I never heard of him either. The only reason he's being featured on the blog is because he was a leap year baby and today happens to be that special day that only comes around every 4 years- February 29th. Miller played for the Phillies for 2 seasons (1920-1921) and later with the Washington Senators in 1924. For his career he hit .248/.584 while playing mostly third base and shortstop. In 1921 he did hit .304/.724 for the Phightins, so he did experience some success.
Thanks to Broad and Pattison for the info on Ralph's birthday.
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