Roscoe Clyde Miller (December 2, 1876, Greenville, Indiana – April 18, 1913, Corydon, Indiana) was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who played parts of four seasons (1901–1904) with the Detroit Tigers, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates. For his career, he compiled an 39–45 record in 102 appearances, with an 3.45 earned run average and 198 strikeouts. His nicknames were Roxy and Rubberlegs.
By Dean Hanley
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