Texas Rangers Brad Miller
The 11-year vet is on a team that is playing in the World Series for the first time in his career. After the utility man/ bench player spent some time with the Mariners, Rays, Brewers, Indians, and Phillies, Miller signed with the Cardinals for the shortened 2020 season.
Miller has been known as someone with under-the-radar power, as he had a 30-home run campaign with Tampa in 2016. It was in a small sample size in his time with the Cardinals, but Miller was a productive power bat for the Cardinals, his seven home runs actually were the most on the team that year, and he appeared in the postseason for the first time in his career. After the shortened year, Miller returned to Philly in the off-season.
He is now in his second season with the Rangers, serving mostly in a bench role, but 2023 has basically been a wash for him due to injury. After dealing with an oblique injury for most of the season he was limited to just 27 games, then a hamstring strain ultimately led to him being placed on the 60-day IL effectively ending his season. With that transfer to the 60-day IL, it allowed the Rangers to call up Evan Carter for the stretch run and he has become a pivotal piece for the Rangers' recent run of success.