Corky Miller Inducted into Yucaipa High School Hall of Fame

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Former Wolf Pack baseball player Corky Miller has been inducted into the Yucaipa High School Hall of Fame. Miller was one of nine former athletes enshrined by the school.

Miller was a star football and baseball player for the T-Birds. He was an All-State, All-CIF, and All-League catcher at Yucaipa High. He helped lead the team to back-to-back CIF championships in 1993 and 1994. He was also selected as the YHS "Athlete of the Year" his senior year at Yucaipa.

Miller was a First and Second-Team All-American during his two years with the Wolf Pack. He went on to play 12 years in professional baseball - 21/2 in the major leagues. He currently plays for the Chicago White Sox.

Miller's Hall of Fame Credentials:

First-team All State in baseball.
First-team All-CIF in baseball.
First-team All-League in baseball.
CIF baseball champions, 1993 and 1994.
First-team All-CIF in football.
First-team All-League in football.
Football league champions, 1993 and 1994.
YHS "Male Athlete of the Year," in 1994.
All Big West Conference team at University of Nevada Reno.
First and second-team All-American at Nevada Reno.
Major League Baseball for 12 seasons.
Currently with the Chicago White Sox.