LAKELAND, Fla. -- Justin Miller has never pitched at the big-league level, but he has a chance to help the Detroit Tigers this season.
Miller, 26, missed all of 2012 after undergoing Tommy John surgery when he was with the Texas Rangers.
The Rangers, who had depth in relievers in their system, released Miller, but it didn't take long for other teams to come calling, including...
SURPRISE, Ariz. – The Texas Rangers have had a stable of talented pitchers rehabbing at their spring training complex in recent months, including Martin Perez, Sam Stafford, and Justin Miller. Lone Star Dugout discussed those three players with Rangers rehab pitching coordinator Keith Comstock in part one of this two-part interview.
With baseball's offseason moves beginning to heat up, the Texas Rangers have a number of players entering minor league free agency. The club has also re-upped with a handful of players, including hard-throwing reliever Justin Miller. Lone Star Dugout takes an in-depth look at the free agents and re-signings thus far.
Reliever Justin Miller earned a spot on the Texas Rangers' 40-man roster this offseason after a breakout campaign at Double-A Frisco. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at the 24-year-old prospect with an in-depth scouting report.