Darius Miller To Throw First Pitch At Legends Opener

Darius Miller with the bucket and foul vs. UNC
Darius Miller with the bucket and foul vs. UNC
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Updated: 4/09/2012 4:27 pm
Darius Miller, a key member of the University of Kentucky’s national championship men’s basketball team, will throw a ceremonial first pitch before the Lexington Legends’ opening night game Thursday, April 12 at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.

Miller played in all 40 games for the Wildcats in 2011-12, started 11, and played a vital role as a sixth man in Kentucky’s run to its eighth national championship.  He averaged just under 10 points per game.

A senior from Maysville,Kentucky, Miller led his Mason County High School team to the 2008 state championship. He was named Kentucky’s 2008 Mr. Basketball as a high school senior.

For more information about tickets to Thursday's Legends game, visit www.lexingtonlegends.com.


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