Former Major League Baseball pitcher Justin Miller was found dead in Florida on Wednesday.
His agent confirmed the death to the Associated Press on Friday.
Miller pitched for four teams (Blue Jays, Marlins, Giants, and Dodgers) from 2002 to 2010 and is most famous for the “Justin Miller Rule.” Because of the distracting tattoos on his arm, MLB forced him to wear sleeves when pitching. According to his wife, Miller was involved in coaching after he left professional baseball.
His cause of death is unknown. Miller is survived by his wife and two children.