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WATCH: Andrew Miller on his first save as the official closer

Andrew Miller on his first save as the Yankees official closer following the departure of Aroldis Chapman.
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John Farrell not a fan of proposal to limit relief pitchers

BOSTON — Major League Baseball has been looking into plenty of ways to speed up the pace of play, but commissioner Rob Manfred’s latest suggestion might not go over so well. While pitch clocks, shortening commercial breaks and minimizing the amount of times a batter can step out of the box all have been considered or implemented, Manfred’s latest idea actually would affect...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Andrew Miller could be Indians' top trade target

Andrew Miller may be number one on the MLB’s Ten Most Wanted List this trade deadline season. According to a report from Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports on Monday, the Cleveland Indians, a team very much in need of lefty relief help, may have Miller as their top trade target. Gimenez is favorite of #Indians’ pitchers, and has connected with Bauer. Team’s No. 1 need is LHR,...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Five teams interested in Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller

A set of five contenders are in the hunt for bullpen help, and they are reportedly looking to the New York Yankees to get it. According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Cubs, Nationals, Giants, Dodgers, and Rangers would all have interest in acquiring one of the Yankees’ elite lefty relievers, Aroldis Chapman or Andrew Miller. Other teams would likely be in the mix as well...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Cubs interested in trading for Andrew Miller

The Chicago Cubs have the best record in baseball, and they’re ready to go for that elusive World Series title by potentially beefing up their bullpen. According to Bruce Levine of CBS Chicago, one player the team may try to target is Yankees setup man Andrew Miller. The Cubs have been open about their pursuit of bullpen help, and Miller would be an ideal option. He’s a dominant...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Andrew Miller isn’t able to waste pitches

There are a myriad of reasons to be impressed by Andrew Miller. He’s 6-foot-7, which is quite a height for a human to grow to. He’s left-handed, which a rare trait. He can throw a ball at 94 mph consistency. Beyond the basics, it has become apparent in recent years that he’s a pretty remarkable pitcher. You could argue he’s the third best reliever on the New York Yankees...
Via BP Bronx
May 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Andrew Miller cleared to pitch despite broken wrist in off-hand

The New York Yankees received some good news on the injury front as Andrew Miller has been cleared to pitch despite a chip fracture in his right wrist, his non-throwing hand, an injury that won't require surgery. Hand specialist in Miami gave Miller the OK to pitch w/o surgery. Pain tolerance will dictate what he can do. Fracture will heal naturally — Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
April 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Yankees' Andrew Miller wants to play through fractured wrist

If New York Yankees closer Andrew Miller has his way, he’ll be available on Opening Day despite a fractured wrist. Andrew Miller’s CT scan revealed a chip fracture in his right wrist. A hand specialist will determine next course of action. — New York Yankees (@Yankees) March 31, 2016 Miller was injured on his non-throwing wrist after being struck by a line drive on Wednesday...
Via The Comeback
March 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Andrew Miller takes liner off wrist, entirety of New York bursts into flames

From a health perspective, it had been a good spring for the Yankees. That was a welcomed change of pace. Of course, all good things must end, for the world is a cruel and cold place filled with sadness. Andrew Miller took a line drive off his right wrist in today’s game with the Braves. According to reporters at the game, Miller immediately walked off the field and slammed his...
Via BP Bronx
March 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Stephen A. Smith ripped on Twitter over ignorant baseball tweet

For the second time in three days, Stephen A. Smith’s poor use of Twitter is making headlines. On Sunday it was his tweet about Jay Cutler that got him in trouble. On Tuesday it was a tweet about the Yankees showing his embarrassingly little knowledge of the team that led to the backlash. Andrew Miller, who has been lights out as the Yankees’ closer all season, gave up a solo...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 23, 2015  |  Discuss

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