Mark Miller

Inducted in 2005
Played youth baseball in Arizona and California
His Little League team played in the semi-finals of the Arizona World Series
He was an All Star in the Pony League in Riverside California
Played for Eastwood High School starting his sophomore year after his Family moved to El Paso
All District Selection and Co-Most Valuable Player for 1970 All-City team as a senior
Played in Lower Valley League Baseball League for E. H. Baeza and San Jose team batting over .380 each season
Offered scholarships to play baseball by Pan American, UTEP and Ranger Junior College
Played for Ranger Junior College and they were ranked #1 during his 1972 season
Drafted in the 4th Round by the Chicago Cubs in the 1972 season
Played for UTEP in 1973 and led the team with a .315 batting average and tied for team lead with 3 triples
In 1974, he led the team in home runs and triples
Andy Cohen called him “one of the best college players he ever saw” during his two years playing for the University of Texas at El Paso
Played in Summer Collegiate Leagues in Illinois and Dallas Texas
In 1974, he hit over .340 showing power from both sides of the plate and was offered a free agent contract with the Texas Rangers foregoing his senior year at UTEP
Played professionally with the Texas Rangers for two years
Played in Western Carolina League with the Anderson Rangers and the Texas League with Arkansas
A back injury ended his baseball playing career
Coached Professional Baseball with the El Paso Diablos
Head Baseball Coach at Austin High School baseball team for 3 years
Coached as Graduate Assistant for UTEP
Coached Summer Boys Baseball and Girls Softball travel teams
Inducted in El Paso Softball Hall of Fame in 2005
Member of 2011 El Tejanos Senior World Series Champions
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors