Lyle Miller-Green

CLASS OF 2019

1B
RHP

Lyle
Miller-Green

Chipola College
Lake Braddock (HS) • VA
6-5 • 245LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Stars Red

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10/01/21

Mistakenly included in our 4-year top transfer rankings, Miller-Green started his college career at George Mason and then transferred to Chipola (Fla.) JC for the 2021 season. He was then a breakout star on the Cape this summer, ranking second in the league with eight homers, one behind Chase DeLauter of Orleans. But many of Miller-Green's were no-doubters, including one moonshot over the left-center scoreboard and into the trees at Chatham. At 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, Miller-Green has an Alec Bohm look to him and the ball comes off his bat like a shot with EVs up to 113+ already this fall. He has real right-handed power, but something of a feast-or-famine approach, as evidenced by his 49 strikeouts and just three doubles in 125 at-bats this summer. He's also an average runner with an average arm that plays at an outfield corner, though he also handles himself well at first base.

7/25/21

Cape Cod- Miller-Green started his college career at George Mason and then transferred to Chipola (Fla.) JC for the 2021 season, and he'll head to Oklahoma State for 2022. He was a breakout star on the Cape this summer, ranking second in the league with eight homers, one behind Chase DeLauter of Orleans. But many of Miller-Green's were no-doubters, including one moonshot over the left-center scoreboard and into the trees at Chatham. At 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, Miller-Green has an Alec Bohm look to him, and Holliday said the ball comes off his wood bat in a way that sounds like Holliday's son (former MLB all-star Matt, not Josh). He has something of a feast-or-famine approach, as evidenced by his 49 strikeouts and just three doubles in 125 at-bats, but when he connects he can hit the ball a mile. He was vulnerable to fastballs in and could be susceptible to breaking stuff away, but when he gets his hands extended he can drive it out of the park to the opposite field. Miller-Green is also an average runner with an average arm that plays at an outfield corner, though he also handles himself well at first base.

2/02/21

Aggressive, strong swing. Creates torque in the barrel as balls jump off his bat.

1/25/21

Big physical frame, 6-foot-5 245 frame, hit the ball hard all weekend. 

Velocities
FB: 88-90
SL: 80-82 (2500 rpm)

4/23/19

VA/DC Scout Blog

Miller-Green has been high on our prospect lists for a while for what he can do on the mound, but during the last year and especially this spring, what he can do at the plate is also starting to become a relevant part of the discussion. He has a big lanky frame that is stronger than it looks from afar. He hits from the right side and has power. He has long levers and generates a lot of force with them, doesn't go hyper launch angle, line drive swing and some of them just go out. In this game he mashed balls in his first two at-bats, the first for a single to left and the second was a home run to left-center which honestly looked like a routine lined double up the alley but just didn't land for 375 feet. 

7/03/18

VA/DC Scout Blog

Miller-Green has a tall lankier athletic frame that has strength but still has plenty of projection to it. Shorter backside arm action that is loose, quick arm generates velocity with some effort. Throws from three-quarters arm slot and generates some downward plane. Fastball was 86-89, touching 90 with some late run to it. Showed ability to get fastball in on hitters. Curveball was 72-76 with some armspeed and sharp power 11/5 break. Swing and miss pitch already.

10.12.15 Miller-Green had an abbreviated outing. His arm is quick and generates velocity with some effort. His fastball ran 76-77, touching 78 with good downward plane. Miller-Green also threw a sharp, 11/5 curveball that ran 67. 

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