Baseball: Aidan Miller named MVP at High School All-American Game — July 16

Mitchell’s Aidan Miller showed why he is considered a potential top 10 pick in next year’s MLB Draft after a stellar performance at the High School All-American Game. 

Miller, who was among five rising area seniors selected for the game, took home MVP honors after going 4-for-5 with three RBIs. 

The Arkansas commit received two tickets for Game 2 of this year’s World Series for winning MVP at the All-American Game, which was held Friday at Dodger Stadium as part of MLB’s all-star week in Los Angeles.

“Just being out here with the best players, best coaches in the country, it’s awesome,” Miller told “I think I was a little more aggressive in my last three, four at-bats. I got into some good counts, got some good barrels.”

Miller could become the second member of his family to be drafted in the past three years. His older brother Jackson was a Competitive Balance Round B pick by the Cincinnati Reds in 2020. 

This past season, Aidan was named the Sunshine Athletic Conference’s player of the year for the West Division after hitting .403 with three homers and 16 RBIs.