The American baseball pitcher, Bobby Miller of MLB, has made it to his MLB dreams with the support of his parents, Robert And Tracy Miller.
After his 29th overall pick by the Dodgers in the 2020 MLB Draft, his parents witnessed his first career MLB victory.
Miller started his high school baseball with McHenry West High School in McHenry, Illinois.
Later, he enrolled at the University of Louisville and played collegiate baseball for the Louisville Cardinals.
The MLB player, Bobby, is now playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers and had his first-ever MLB strikeout against Sam Hilliard.
Bobby Miller Parents
Bobby Miller was born on April 5, 1999, to his parents Bob and Tracy, in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, U.S.
The baseball player’s parents were the most supportive component in his, as they have always been on his side no matter what.
Apart from Bobby, the couple has three more children, Haley, Ryanalyse, and Anthony.
Bob, his father has the greatest influence on Bobby’s athletic career as his dad always pushed him to be a skilled player.
Apart from his father, Bobby had taken inspiration from other famous players like Jose Altuve, Mike Trout, and Javier Baez.
Likewise, his mother, Terry, supported Bobby and taught him to be humble and close to loved ones.
Bobby used to play two games as a kid, soccer and baseball, but later he left soccer, and his parents agreed with his decision and supported him.
Ever since Bobby has focused on baseball with his parent’s unwavering support.
Parents Of Bobby During His MLB Selection
As per Sporting News, his father, Bob, tracked all the mock drafts and predictions before Bobby’s MLB selection.
During that time, in an interview, Bob claimed his son Bobby to be efficiently hardworking and a skilled player.
Tracy, his mother, shared an anecdote of Bobby refusing to be a pitcher professionally when asked by his youth coach.
But ironically, after getting into McHenry High School baseball, he was considered the No. 2 pitcher about halfway through the year.
Bob’s concern heightened as the mandatory pandemic changes to the MLB draft process could affect his son’s draft prospects at that time.
The 2020 Draft occurred over a first-time, entirely virtual video conference, where Bobby was selected 29th overall by the Dodgers in the 2020 MLB draft.
Bob and Tracy were equally happy for their son and his achievement of the MLB dream.