Let’s thank the sweet, sweet baseball gods for gracing us with the 2013 All-Star break, shall we?
The injuries for the Boston Red Sox are piling up quickly and the break couldn’t possibly have picked a better time to show up. If it wasn’t bad already, Andrew Miller is now likely done for the season. According to the Boston Globe’s Peter Abraham, Miller has a torn ligament...
Before Monday night's game, Red Sox manager John Farrell stated that pitcher Andrew Miller will need foot surgery and is probably out for the rest of the season.
As reported by Jacob Thorpe of MLB.com,
"Miller left Saturday's game against the Angels with a left foot
injury. The loss of Miller further depletes Boston's ailing bullpen. The
Red Sox lost...
Well this isn’t good.
During Saturday’s game against the Angels, Red Sox left-handed reliever Andrew Miller was pulled with an injured left foot, unable to walk off without assistance. Today, news has come down that Miller had sustained significant damage to the ligament in his foot, and would have season-ending surgery.
Make no mistake; while Miller may not be a big-name star...
Boston Red Sox left-hander Andrew Miller will have surgery on his injured left foot and likely miss the rest of the season.
Red Sox manager John Farrell said Monday that Miller has damage to the ligament in the foot, which he hurt while backing up a play at home plate Saturday at Anaheim.
''It's unlikely he'll be back this year,'' Farrell said.
Via AP on Fox
July 08, 2013
(Matt Stone/ Boston Herald) SEATTLE-- According to a tweet from Scott Lauber , a Red Sox reporter for the Boston Herald , lefty Andrew Miller of the Boston Red Sox will need season-ending surgery to repair a ligament in his left foot. Lauber tweeted the following earlier this evening. Andrew Miller will need season ending surgery #redsox Via another tweet, Lauber was able to...
Not even a foul ball to the head could affect Andrew Miller on Friday night.
The Red Sox reliever was getting some gum in the top of the ninth inning when Jarrod Saltalamacchia fouled a line drive into Boston’s dugout. The ball ricocheted off the wall and hit Miller in the head, but the lefty said he was fine.
Miller went back out in the bottom of the ninth and retired two batters...
If first round draft selection were an indication of future performance, the Red Sox wouldn’t be former 6th overall selection Andrew Miller’s third team.
"Strike Machine" Andrew Miller...
The Backstory: Andrew Miller was drafted by the Tigers 6th overall and given a guaranteed $6.45 million deal. Not even a month into that deal, Miller made his major league debut...
We can all take a collective sigh of relief. Andrew Miller's arm will be just fine. The Red Sox 2012 season isn't over just yet!
Miller was supposed to pitch against the Cardinals today, but was scratched due to stiffness in his throwing arm. Instead of having any type of injury to his elbow, it's been determined that he's dealing with a little bit of inflammation...
Left-hander Andrew Miller has agreed to a one-year deal with the Boston Red Sox, avoiding salary arbitration.
Miller was 6-3 with a 5.54 ERA in 17 games last season for the Red Sox, including 12 starts. Boston was 9-3 in his starts, with Miller allowing three runs or less in eight of those games.
The Red Sox signed Miller as a minor league free agent before last season. He was...
Via AP on Fox
December 06, 2011
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Andrew Miller, 26, was the not-so-proud owner of a 5.54 ERA (77 ERA+) and a 1.82 WHIP while struggling with consistency last year for the Red Sox. Sources have now confirmed that Miller will be back with the team next season. The deal is reportedly a one year, major league deal for less than the $1.6 million he earned last year.
“I’m excited and look forward to the new season” Miller said.