Foxhound finds redemption at plate

By: Prentice Elliott Email
By: Prentice Elliott Email

Chad miller joined the Aiken Foxhounds team last night after finishing his career as a University of Nevada-Las Vegas infielder.
The power hitter was asked to come into the game in the 5th inning and catch, something he hadn't done since high school.
Not surprisingly, it didn't go well.
The lowpoint in last night's ball game came when Miller's warm-up throw to 2nd base hit his own pitcher square in the back.
He admitted it was emabrrassing, to say the least, but he didn't get down on himself and started behind the palte again tonight as the Foxhounds took on the Bradenton Juice.
The game was a continuation of a marathon earlier in the season and was still tied at 1 into the bottom of the 14th inning. Guess who was at the plate?
One day after beaning his own pitcher, Chad Miller hit the first walk-off game-winning homerun of his life. And he's only been in town 2 days.


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