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Rob Johnson takes Aaron Miles to the next level

The epitome of the scrappy utilityman, Aaron Miles played for the St. Louis Cardinals from 2006 to 2008 and again in 2010. A second baseman by trade, he appeared all over the diamond – at every position on the field with the exception of first base and catcher. The light-hitter even once appeared on Tony La Russa’s lineup card as the Cards’ designated hitter. Also serving...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
February 15, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: A reflection on the 2012 season from the United Cardinal Bloggers

Despite falling just one game short of their second consecutive World Series appearance, the St. Louis Cardinals had a very fulfilling and successful 2012, their first without Tony La Russa, Dave Duncan, and Albert Pujols. As the 2013 seasons approaches and with spring training just a week away, not is a great time to reflect back on the 2012 season and there is no better way...
Via STLSportsMinute
February 06, 2013  |  Discuss

UCB To Provide Series Previews

You know the United Cardinal Bloggers for their fine writing and their passion for the Cardinals. Now they want to inform you even more. Beginning with the July 23rd series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the UCB will be providing a series preview email entitled “The Bird’s Eye View.” This preview, written each series by a different blogger, will get you up to speed on the...
Via i70baseball
July 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Aaron Miles to retire

Veteran infielder Aaron Miles has decided to retire according to Matthew Pouliot of NBCSports. Miles, 35, played only 18 games with the Dodgers' Triple-A team in 2012 before deciding to retire. In 75 plate appearances this season, Miles hit .235/.297/.338 with 1 HR and a .636 OPS. In nine years in the Majors with the White Sox, Rockies, Cardinals, Cubs and Dodgers, Miles hit...
Via PRO Rumors
June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Buy and Sell Calls for Cellar Dwellers

  You can't stop A Miles While the MLB non-waiver trade deadline seems like a tiny dot in the distant future, it might be too early for some teams to pull the trigger on a big move to try and improve.  For others, it might already be too late.  Keeping in mind that not all deals come with the stipulation that the team must improve immediately, a GM in search of help would...
Via Full Spectrum Baseball
May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Dodgers Bring Back Aaron Miles After All

It was just a few months ago, Colletti was on a tear handing out two-year deals to pretty much any player that would take one. I recall after Mark Ellis, Adam Kennedy, and Jerry Hairston were signed, a plea from this guy called out asking why Aaron Miles wasn't brought back? Miles was a key part to the Dodgers success in 2011, coming off one of the best seasons of his career...
Via Dodgers Rumors
May 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Dodgers sign Miles to minor league contract

Aaron Miles is back. The 35-year-old utilityman signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers and is working out at their spring training facility in Arizona. Miles was a pleasant surprise for the Dodgers last season, when he made the team as a non-roster player. He was forced into a more prominent role than expected because of injuries to the likes of Rafael Furcal, Casey Blake...
Via Fox Sports West
May 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Dodgers Sign Miles (Yes, Really) + Hairston To The DL & Rivera To The Glue Factory

The Dodgers have … signed Aaron Miles … why? The Dodgers have signed free-agent infielder Aaron Miles and asked for unconditional release waivers on right-handed reliever Mike MacDougal, who was designated for assignment last Thursday when Ronald Belisario was activated. How does a player like Aaron Miles price himself out of the free agent market?
Via ChadMoriyama.com
May 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Aaron Miles does a free agent deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Dodgers are picking up bumps and bruises at a quick pace. Some are proving to be workable such as how the Dodgers are handling the Matt Kemp situation. Some are sending guys to the DL list such as Jerry Hairston Jr. As a result, the team signed infielder Aaron Miles to a minor league deal. To read this article please click the link below.
Via Players View
May 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Dodgers sign Aaron Miles

The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Aaron Miles to a minor league deal, Dylan Hernandez of The Los Angeles Times reports. Miles has been working out at the Dodgers' Spring Training facility in Arizona. Last year in February, Miles signed a minor league deal with the Dodgers and went on to hit .275/.314/.346 with 3 home runs in 490 plate appearances. He also logged time at second...
Via PRO Rumors
May 12, 2012  |  Discuss

March Madness – All Time Cardinals Tourney Second Round

Drop by our friends at Pitchers Hit Eighth, C70 At The Bat, and Aaron Miles’ Fastball to vote in the Musial, Smith, and Gibson Regions of the tournament.  The turn out to this point has been outstanding and we move forward today with the opening of the second round of the tournament.  I-70 is the home of the Buck Region, and the bracket now looks like this: Which brings us...
Via i70baseball
March 19, 2012  |  Discuss

The Wire: Dee Gordon

Author: Andrew SwansonWith two full months of baseball now in the books, fantasy baseball team owners have an adequate sample size of games to effectively evaluate their teams. Although some perennial all-stars have yet to reach their strides, most owners now have an grasp of which statistical categories their respective team lacks. For owners who are in need of stolen base and run...
Via Kramerica Sports
March 16, 2012  |  Discuss

2011 Positional Review: Second Basemen

With oft-injured and ineffective Juan Uribe making little impact, it was up to bench players to provide value. The Dodgers received a boost from utility man Jamey Carroll and received some help from veteran Aaron Miles as well.
Via dodgers.scout.com
February 19, 2012  |  Discuss

I Hope He Wears Number 47

Dodgers are expected to sign Adam Kennedy (Dylan Hernandez, LA Times) No more Jamey Carroll or Aaron Miles? No problem. Let's get ready to welcome our new MSB.
Via Sons of Steve Garvey
November 30, 2011  |  Discuss

Jonathan Broxton Won't Be A Dodger In 2012

The Dodgers did not offer salary arbitration by Wednesday night's deadline to any of their seven free agents and will receive no compensation if they sign with another club. They are Casey Blake, Jonathan Broxton, Jon Garland, Hiroki Kuroda, Mike MacDougal, Aaron Miles and Vicente Padilla. Kuroda is the lone ranking player among them, a Type B.
Via dodgers.scout.com
November 29, 2011  |  Discuss

A Possible Option at Second Base

With Jamey Carroll signing with Minnesota, Mark Ellis signing with the Dodgers, Aaron Hill returning to Arizona and the Jays looking increasingly likely to let Kelly Johnson go elsewhere and gain picks in return, the options at second base are shrinking. Some of the biggest names still left in free agency include Orlando Cabrera, Aaron Miles, Ramon Santiago and Nick Punto. With that...
Via Batter's Box
November 25, 2011  |  Discuss
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