2006 Drafted in the 14th round (421st overall selection) of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Washington Nationals...played in 43 games, starting 28 (at first base and third base)...posted a .259 batting average, collecting seven doubles, one triple, six home runs and 23 RBI...hit 3-for-4 with two doubles and a RBI against Arizona State (April 23)...went 2-for-4 with one home run, four RBI and three runs scored against Washington State (April 7)...hit a three-run home run against San Diego State (March 17)...blasted one solo home run against UNLV (March 14)...went 1-for-3 with one home run, two RBI and two runs scored against Ole Miss (March 11)...hit 2-for-2 with one home run, one double, three RBI, and two runs scored at NC State (March 5)...went 2-for-4 with one home run, one double, and two runs scored in the first game of the season against Fresno State (Feb. 3).
2005 Was the only Bruin to start and play in all 56 games...saw action at both first base and third base...posted a .257 average with a team-high 54 hits and team-bests in home runs (7) and RBI (33)...was the team leader in at-bats (210), runs scored (30), walks (22), and finished second on the team with a .390 slugging percentage...notched a season-high three-hit game against Pacific (Feb. 27)...recorded career-best four RBI games on three different occasions (Feb. 13, Feb. 25, March 11)...recorded a nine-game hitting streak in the beginning of the season (Feb. 5 - Feb. 27), in which he hit .405 (15-for-37) with three home runs, 11 RBI, and 13 runs scored over that span...recorded 16 multi-hit games during the season.
2004 (Summer) Hit .295 for the Solano Thunderbirds of the California Collegiate League...smashed two home runs, 10 doubles, 35 RBI and walked 37 times...played with UCLA teammate Josh Roenicke.
2004 Appeared in 60 games, making 58 starts...made 31 starts at first base along with 27 starts as a designated hitter...earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention accolades...his nine sacrifice flies set a new UCLA record...sacrifice fly mark also led the conference...led UCLA with 12 multiple RBI games...also had 13 multiple hit contests...ranked fourth on the squad with seven home runs...scored three runs in UCLA's win over Fresno State (Feb. 14)...went 3-for-3 with a double to start a six-game hit streak against Pepperdine (Feb. 24)...knocked in three runs at Hawaii-Hilo on February 26...was 3-for-5 against Hilo on (Feb. 29) with two RBI and three runs scored...recorded back-to-back two-RBI games against Houston (March 14) and Loyola Marymount (March 16)...went 3-for-5 against USC (May 1) with two runs and two RBI...drove in three runs the following day with a 2-for-4 performance...had three hits and three RBI against Washington State (May 14)...went 2-for-5 at Oregon State (May 29) with his sixth home run of the season.
2003 Appeared in 54 games, starting 51...made 16 starts in left field before becoming the Bruins' everyday designated hitter on March 22...also made 11 starts at first base...named to Collegiate Baseball's Freshman All-America Team...captured honorable mention All-Pac-10 accolades...honored by team with the Big Stick award for the team's best hitter...ht .330, ranking second on the team...tops on the squad with 16 doubles...also hit eight homers and drove in 35 runs...posted two nine-game hitting streaks, which ranked third on the team...also had 16 multiple hit games and nine multiple RBI contests...hit first collegiate home run on March 22 in a win over Wichita State...went 3-for-5 against California (April 4), scoring a career-high four runs...drove in the two winning runs with a double in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Bruins over UC Santa Barbara (May 6)...hit his first grand slam at Stanford (May 17) in the 12th inning to lead UCLA to a 9-5 victory...finished the season on a high note, going 3-for-6 with three RBI and two runs in the last game of the season at Washington State.
2002 (Summer) Led El Dorado American Legion Post 119 team to first place finish by hitting .450 with a league-high 12 home runs...named MVP of Chico Nuts Father's Day Tournament... Selected to All-tournament team for Reno Knights Fourth of July Tournament.
Ponderosa HS Four-year baseball letterwinner for head coach Eric January...named a third-team ABCA All-American in 2001...Sierra Valley Conference MVP after hitting .440 with nine home runs in junior season...two-time all-league and all-city selection...hit .330 with six home runs in his senior season...moved from first base to third base after sophomore year.
Personal Brett Fraser McMillan...born on November 18, 1983 in Las Vegas, Nev...parents are Doug and Nancy McMillan...has a brother, Dale, and a sister, Robin...father played minor league baseball for seven years and is currently a professional scout...history major.
Career Bests At Bats - 7 vs. Washington State, 5/23/03 Runs - 4 vs. California, 4/4/03 Hits - 3 (15 times), last vs. Washington State (4/7/06) RBI -- 4 (five times), last vs. Washington State (4/7/06)