Fargo Sportscaster Scott Miller Dies At 57
February 25, 2016 at 7:14 AM (PT)
Condolences to family and friends of NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY football and basketball announcer and FARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS minor league baseball play-by-play voice SCOTT MILLER, who died after a battle with cancer at 57. He had been diagnosed with melanoma in 2012.
The MINOT, ND native called NDSU BISON sports on FORUM News-Talk WDAY-A/FARGO and then MIDWEST COMMUNICATIONS (formerly RADIO FARGO-MOORHEAD) News-Talk KFGO-A and AC (formerly Rock and News-Talk) KRWK (MIX 101.9)/FARGO since 1996 and the independent NORTHERN LEAGUE REDHAWKS since 2006 on Sports KVOX-A (740 THE FAN)/FARGO. He also hosted sports talk shows on WDAY and KFGO, most recently "THE FRONT ROW" on KFGO 6-8p (CT) weekdays and a weekly "BISON FEEDBACK" show during football season. MILLER previously called UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA football and men's basketball in 1992-95 and WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY and MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY sports.
The REDHAWKS have announced that they will rename the press box at NEWMAN OUTDOOR FIELD in MILLER's honor on Opening Night of the 2016 season.
“SCOTT was a gentleman and an immense talent in the radio booth,” said REDHAWKS Chairman of the Board BRUCE THOM. “We are proud honor his memory and dedication to the REDHAWKS by naming the press box for him. He spent many hours there bringing baseball to our fans through the radio and it’s a fitting tribute to his legacy with our organization.”
“We were blessed to have SCOTT in our lives. He was the best broadcaster in independent baseball and an amazing representative of REDHAWKS Baseball,” said REDHAWKS President and CEO BRAD THOM. “This community, the REDHAWKS and everyone who heard SCOTT call a game knew that they would have an unbiased view from his broadcasts.”