Butte native an ump at Legion World Series

The American Legion World Series has a little Butte flavor.

Butte native Craig Mills of Burly, Idaho, is an umpire in the tournament that concludes today in Shelby, N.C.

The championship game of the tournament is tonight on ESPN3.

Mills, a 1983 graduate of Butte Central, is a longtime umpire for high school and college. He recently completed a 14-year stint as the commissioner of District IV high school baseball and softball in Idaho. He umpired several state tournaments and five regional tournaments before getting the call to umpire the Legion World Series.

Mills is the son of Butte residents Art and Carol Mills.

“This is a pretty nice feather in his cap,” Carol Mills said. 2 comments



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  • Yo Chi Boy
    August 20, 2013, 12:28 pm

    Hope he’s better than that one looney ump. Did any of you see/hear that guy????

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  • American Legion WS
    August 21, 2013, 10:00 am

    Congrats to Mills, this is a great honor. Being a past American Legion player, I really appreciate those who serve in the league as umpires. Thank you!

    For those interested in the full list of list of umpires for the 2013 American Legion World Series – check out this article I found. American Legion World Series umpire list

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