The Vancouver Sun
Miller is a Master of Mind Games
The New York Mets nicknamed him Dr. Bombay, as in the wizard who restored special powers in the t.v.
series Bewitched. The NFL Rams dubbed him Yoda, the all-knowing master of Starwars fame. But Miller
insists his work is not a matter of magic. It’s a matter of technology and it’s state of the art.
What Miller has done is break down what it takes to win and then train individuals how to develop a winning
attitude... What he was able to do for us was focus us into a team. We were focused on winning. We didn’t
think about losing. We were totally committed to winning.
- Captain, Canadian Olympic Team
Mets Mastermind: Psychologist Dr. Saul Miller Was the Coach Inside the Heads of the 1986 New York
Mets, a Team Which Staged the greatest comeback in World Series History.
If you knew how effective psychologist Dr. Saul Miller is teaching receptive minds about relaxing in tight
situations, focusing on the task at hand and believing in yourself you’d know that his work during the
World Series paid off in huge dividends for manager Davey Johnson’s Mets.
The Clarion Ledger (Jackson, MS)
Following a remarkable performance MSU baseball player Bruce Castoria said, “The road trip was almost
like a dream. It was phenomenal. I always knew I was capable, but I didn’t expect this much. I still can’t
fathom it. This is how I always thought I could play.” It just took someone like Miller to put him in the
right frame of mind.
Dr. Saul Miller, a psychologist who has spent years working with professional athletes has a formula
for success. He believes the same techniques can be used in the business world and in our personal