Kohly Miller was born on Friday, January 23, 1874, in Cumru Township, Pennsylvania. Miller was 18 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 16, 1892, with the Washington Senators. His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Kohly Miller baseball stats page.
Kohly Miller Pitching Stats
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Kohly Miller Miscellaneous Items of Interest
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Did you know Kohly Miller, or should we say Kohley Miller, or should we say Coaley Miller, has an interesting story which appeared in the Milwaukee Sentinel (03/13/1903) about his nickname:
Miller is a modest, agreeable fellow, and was reluctant to tell the origin of his unique nickname, the story of which, by the way, has never been printed. Most writers make the mistake of spelling it "Kohley". He says that "once upon a time" he was playing in Pottsville, Pa., and that the bases and base lines were tamped with soft coal dust. As he was making a desperate effort to reach third one day the coacher yelled Slide! and down he went. When he arose he was covered from head to foot with back coat dust, and from that day to this has been known to the profession as "Coaley" Miller. His "right" name is Frank. He is only 5 feet 4 and weights 145 pounds. He started to play the game in 1892 at New Castle, Pa., and remained there four years. In 1897 he was with the Philadelphia National League team; in 1898 with Montreal; in 1899 with Youngstown, Ohio; in 1900 and 1901 Fort Wayne Western Association, and last year with the Rock Island Three-I League; from whence he was bought by Manager Duffy.
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