Antioch’s Aaron Miles Signs with Dodgers

By Allen Payton, Publisher

According to a tweet on the L.A. Dodgers official Twitter site, on Monday, 1995 Antioch High School graduate Aaron Miles has signed with the Dodgers to a “minor league deal.”

Miles, who has played in the minors and majors for 15 years, was second baseman for the 2006 World Series Champions St. Louis Cardinals.

Following is the Dodgers’ tweet found at!/Dodgers

Miles is one of four Antioch residents who became professional baseball players, including Butch Rounsaville, Jeff Pico and Alex Sanchez. However, Miles has played the most time in the majors, with a total of eight years, so far.

He’ll attend the Dodgers’ Spring Training in Arizona, later this month.  Read more at

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