Keith Miller

1992 Upper Deck

Miller spent nine years playing in the majors for the New York Mets and Kansas City Royals from 1987-1995. In 465 games, he hit .262 with 12 home runs and 63 stolen bases. He typically served as a utility man, but he was Kansas City’s primary second baseman in 1992, a year that saw him hit .284 while setting career highs in runs (57), RBIs (38), doubles (24) and stolen bases (16). He also matched his career high with four home runs that season.

Miller made his big league debut on June 16, 1987, in Montreal as a member of the Mets. He singled in the top of the fifth inning off Bob Sebra for his first career hit. He proceeded to steal second base and score on a Gary Carter sacrifice fly. Miller added a single off Andy McGaffigan in the top of the seventh to a solid debut.

Keith Miller – career stats

1993 Upper Deck

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