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April 2023 - Obituaries

April 1, 2023

Freddie R. Miller

Freddie Miller, 83, of West Sacramento, Calif., died on March 31.

     Freddie was well known to senior softball players throughout Northern California as both a player and umpire since the 1990s. He worked in sports, as well, from the Southgate Parks and Recreation Department in Sacramento.

     “Freddie was always so helpful and had a great spirit [and] love of the game,” says SSUSA Executive Director, Fran Dowell. “I will miss seeing him at the tournaments... I would always find him for positive support.”

     His former manager, Baron Bonner of California Oaks 80s, remembers once in Reno, “after batting practice, Freddie and I were putting the gear away, I asked Freddie what our chances were against [a] tough team and Freddie said, “well, I just watched our guys hit, and the chances are none”! We both laughed… We’re really going to miss him.”

     Freddie once managed the California Oaks and played on the team for eight years.

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