Miller I, Lloyd
When they speak of athletes of the Kenmore area, Lloyd's name is mentioned right after Howard Harpster and Cliff Battles. He excelled in all sports, but baseball was his love and he displayed it with his enthusiasm for the game. A strong righthanded pitcher and a career .300 hitting outfielder, Lloyd was All-City at Kenmore High in 1938-39. He was usually among the pitching wins leaders for Goodrich, Kenmore Tavern, Farbers, Army-Navy #268, Smith Sheriffs and Kenmore Blues teams during the forties. Lloyd was named to seven All-Star teams and played on ten title teams, had five no-hitters and was drafted twice by Borden Autos and by Smith Sheriffs to pitch in national tournaments. Following his active playing days he helped organize Little League Baseball in the Kenmore area, serving as coach, manager, president and commissioner for several years. Lloyd passed away January 28, 1992.