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ANDREW MILLER RUMORS

Orioles Rumors: Andrew Miller could cost too much to stay in Baltimore

Andrew Miller was one of the most important additions to the Baltimore Oriole roster.  After coming over from the Boston Red Sox via trade in July, Miller became the best pitcher in the steady Oriole bullpen.  He pitched so well that the Baltimore Sun is reporting that he may have pitched himself out of Baltimore.#457071198 / gettyimages.comWhile he has acknowledged that he would...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Free Agents Every White Sox Fan Needs to Know

This offseason, many teams will be in the hunt for any of the “big three” free agents in Jon Lester, Max Scherzer, and James Shields. The White Sox will not be one of them. As has been the case oft times before, the White Sox simply cannot compete on the free agent market with teams like the Yankees, Dodgers, and Red Sox. However, never fear, White Sox fans. There are some more...
Via Sports Mockery
6 days ago  |  Discuss

After season ends, Orioles' pending free agents set sights on the future

As the Orioles prepared to leave the visitors' clubhouse Wednesday night after being swept in the American League Championship Series, they understood the harsh reality of today's industry: This group, in its entirety, will never again be together as a team. "That part stinks," said left-hander Andrew Miller, one of several pending free agents on the Orioles'...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Miller Tried To Talk Way Back Into Red Sox Bullpen Last October

Andrew Miller wasn’t ready to call it a season. Miller underwent surgery on his left foot in July 2013, ending what had been a very promising career for the left-handed reliever. But rather than accepting the fact he wouldn’t pitch again until spring training, Miller tried to convince the Boston Red Sox’s medical staff in October that he was healthy enough to rejoin the bullpen...
Via NESN.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Tigers Thought They Landed Miller From Sox

Andrew MillerThe New York Post's Joel Sherman reports that Detroit Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski thought he had secured the services of lefty reliever Andrew Miller at the trade deadline. In fact, Dombrowski says the Tigers had met the Red Sox demands in a potential deal. Reportedly, Sox GM Ben Cherington said he needed to check one more option—which turned into Miller to Baltimore...
Via FenwayNation
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tigers GM: We Met Red Sox’s Asking Price For Andrew Miller At Deadline

Andrew Miller’s dominance with the Baltimore Orioles stings a bit more for the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers were one of 14 teams that inquired about Miller at the Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline before the Boston Red Sox shipped the left-hander to Baltimore, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski was convinced Miller...
Via NESN.com
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Bidding For Andrew Miller Begins At Three Years, $21 Million

Baseball reporters and bloggers say the darnedest things.  Joel Sherman of the New York Post says the Mets should target lefthander Andrew Miller this offseason as a free agent. An executive who expects to pursue the lefty told Sherman he believes the field will be so crowded that three years at $21 million is probably the ante and that even four years is possible. Additionally...
Via Mets Merized Online
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Andrew Miller Bidding Could Start At Three Years, $21 Million

Andrew Miller has positioned himself well. Miller is having a tremendous season — first with the Boston Red Sox and now with the Baltimore Orioles — and should receive a nice payday in free agency this offseason. According to The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo, major league sources believe the bidding for Miller will start at three years and $21 million. Miller once looked like...
Via NESN.com
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Miller Open To Rejoining Red Sox In Free Agency For Right Deal

Andrew Miller is sitting on a winning lottery ticket. The left-hander has every right to cash it in this offseason. Miller, who was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Baltimore Orioles for pitching prospect Eduardo Rodriguez before the Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline, has enjoyed a career year with free agency looming. While the 29-year-old is open to returning...
Via NESN.com
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Will Ben Cherington pull the trigger on Andrew Miller?

As it stands today, the Boston Red Sox have a 2.2 percent chance of making the playoffs. This much we know. What we don’t know yet is just how ready Ben Cherington is to move forward towards 2015 by opening up the hood and letting every other team in MLB take a look at what he’s got. Many players on this still veteran-heavy Red Sox team have gauged interest from several clubs...
Via isportsweb.com
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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