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Biography Data
Positions: SS-463, 2B-46, CF-20, LF-15, DH-11, 3B-10, RF-6
Proper Name: Bradley Austin Miller
Born: October 18, 1989 (26.346)
Place Orlando, Florida
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 185 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Olympia (Orlando,FL)
College: Clemson University
Drafted: 2011 -- 2nd round (62nd overall) by Seattle Mariners (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:June 28,2013 (23.253)
Service Time:2.094 (2015)
TBC Player ID:161675
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Career Activity
Recent Tranx: 2015-11-06 - Tampa Bay Rays - Traded from Mariners with Logan Morrison and Danny Farquhar to Rays for Nate Karns, C.J. Riefenhauser and Boog Powell More
Prospect Ranks:[2013]SEA #9
Organizations:SEA, TBA
Signed by:Garrett Bell, Garrett Bell


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  • Awards for Brad Miller
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2011NCAA1st Team College All-AmericanSSAward History
    2011NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceSSAward History
    2011NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year Award History
    2013MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekJuly 15-July 21Award History
    2015MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekMay 11-May 17Award History

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