Andrew Miller RUMORS & NEWS

  • Forget the ninth inning -- Andrew Miller is here to save the game

    ESPN "IN JUNE 2006, the Tigers drafted Andrew Miller out of North Carolina with the sixth overall pick. The baby-faced lefty was a consensus future star, a 6-foot-7 starter who touched 98 mph with his fastball and snapped off major league sliders from a steep, angular delivery. Detroit gave him $5.45..." March 30

  • Indians rightly name Cody Allen, not Andrew Miller, the closer for 2017

    CBS Sports "En route to the Game 7 of the 2016 World Series, Indians manager Terry Francona rewrote the book on bullpen usage during the postseason. He brought ace setup man Andrew Miller into games as early as the fifth inning, and both Miller and closer Cody Allen were used for multiple innings. That..." February 18

  • Yankees' Brian Cashman gives more insight into Andrew Miller, Aroldis Chapman trades

    Newark Star-Ledger "At the trade deadline, jettisoning Aroldis Chapman seemed like a no-brainer for the Yankees. Dealing Andrew Miller? Not quite as obvious, but it still made sense on many levels. That didn't make the process any easier for Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, who couldn't simply just flip his..." November 07

  • Miller sets postseason reliever strikeout record

    CBS Sports "We're only four games into the 2016 World Series between the Indians and the Cubs, and Indians reliever Andrew Miller already has an all-time record. In only 17 innings pitched this postseason, Miller has 29 strikeouts. Now, some obvious caveats apply, as we can see the whole leaderboard is..." October 30

  • Andrew Miller is anything but soft

    Today's Knuckleball "Sometimes reputations can be off. They might not tell the whole story, or much of it, really. But in the case of Andrew Miller, the early rep and the reality are exact, polar opposites. It’s like expecting a black hole in the lineup, and getting a well-rested Kyle Schwarber. It’s like..." October 29