Andrew Miller may be a find for Red Sox

Updated: June 21, 2011, 10:05 AM ET
By Gordon Edes | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- The shortest left-handed pitcher in Boston Red Sox history was a 5-foot-7 reliever by the name of August G. "Happy" Foreman, who appeared in just six big league games in the 1920s, three for the Red Sox, and neither won nor lost a game.

Foreman did, however, play an exhibition with the Chicago White Sox in front of the King and Queen of England, and was, according to one Internet rendering of his career, the last ballplayer to carry the nickname of "Happy."

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