Miller Huggins

Miller Huggins

Name Miller Huggins
Profession Baseball Player
Date of Birth 1879-03-27
Place of Birth Cincinnati, OH
Age 50 yrs
Death Date 1929-09-25
Birth Sign Aries

About Miller Huggins

Hall of Fame MLB second baseman who played for the Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals between 1904 and 1916; won 3 World Series Championships as manager of the New York Yankees from 1918 to 1929.

Early Life Experience of Miller Huggins

He played under the fake name ‘Proctor’ to preserve his amateur status and so that his father wouldn’t know he played in the MLB.

Trivia Info

He decided to go into baseball while studying law and managing the school baseball team at the University of Cincinnati.

Family Life and Relationship

He was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Close Associates

William Howard Taft, one of his professors at Cincinatti, encouraged him to get into baseball.

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