Darrell Miller made his big league debut on Aug. 14, 1984 at the age of 26. He played in parts of five seasons at the Major League level from 1984-88, all as a member of the California Angels. Listed as a catcher/outfielder, Miller showed his versatility by playing in 97 career games behind the plate, 95 in the outfield, 16 at first base, eight as a designated hitter and one at third base.
Miller was raised Baptist but as an adult converted to the Catholic faith after studying the history of the church and the writings of the Early Church Fathers on the Eucharist and Papal authority. He has been a featured speaker around the world at Catholic conferences and adult retreats. Miller was also invited to the Vatican to participate in the first-ever Council on Church and Sports.