From Hatboro, Pennsylvania, Miller started 11 of his 13 appearances for the Quakers this past season. He had a 6-4 record, a 3.63 ERA, and 91 strikeouts in 74.1 innings pitched. His innings pitched and strikeout totals were tops on the team and in the Ivy League, and his 91 strikeouts were the second-highest single-season total in school history and the most since Paul Cusick had 80 in 2011.
The baseball team finished the 2022 campaign with a 33-15 record, the most wins in school history, and were regular-season conference co-champions. They advanced to the Ivy League Championship Series, where they fell to Columbia two games to one.
Across four years at Penn (really two-and-a-quarter because of the coronavirus), Miller made 33 appearances, started 24 games, pitched 132.1 innings, and compiled a 10-8 record with a 4.49 ERA and 160 strikeouts. His career strikeout total is ninth in school history.
As of Wednesday, July 20, the Detroit Tigers are fourth in the American League Central Division with a 37-55 record.
Miller is the 17th Quaker to be drafted since 1991, and the ninth to be drafted under John Yurkow, the W. Joseph Blood Head Coach.