Bob Miller Passes Away at 94


The Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame is saddened to hear of the passing of Bob Miller at age 94 on November 28th.

Bob was scheduled to be in our Class of 2020 along with Drew Henson, but the ceremony was postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19. A Detroit native, Bob went from young Philadelphia Phillies ace to University of Detroit coaching icon, where he won 896 games over 36 years.

We send our heartfelt condolences to the Miller family and know that his loss will be felt deeply among all of the players he coached and everyone who knew him.

Read his obituary from the Detroit News >

 

 

 

Welcome Drew Henson and Bob Miller to the Class of 2020!

Congratulations to Drew Henson and Bob Miller, the Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2020! Join us at Cooley Law School Stadium on Saturday, August 8th, for the induction and plaque unveiling.

 


Celebrating Michigan's Baseball History...

Michigan has a rich tradition of baseball excellence, one that reaches back over a century while still thrilling and inspiring us today. Founded January 28, 2015, the Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame is dedicated to those players, coaches, teams and contributors representing the foremost in achievement and lasting impact, from Little League to the Major Leagues. We celebrate their legacies while looking forward to future baseball leaders taking the field and making their own mark.

The mission of the Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame is to:

  • Honor the state’s baseball heroes of yesterday
  • Celebrate the national pastime today
  • Inspire the baseball fans and ballplayers of tomorrow

A Michigan Baseball Experts Committee convenes annually to review and vote on each class of Hall of Fame nominees.

 


 

 
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