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Bless You Boys Oct 27, 2014

Andrew Miller is the relief ace that the Tigers desperately need

He may not have changed things in 2014, but he could make a huge difference in 2015. Oh, what could have been. The Tigers were reportedly close to dealing for left-handed reliever Andrew Miller at the non-waiver trade deadline this season, only to see the Baltimore Orioles swoop in at the last minute to lock him down. Just over two months later, Miller tossed 3 1/3 scoreless innings in a pair of crucial spots against the Tigers in the ALDS. It's tough to say that one player -- and a reliever, at that -- could have turned the tide of a 3-0 series, but a pitcher as dominant as Miller can help...
Grand Rapids Press Oct 16, 2014
Detroit Tigers nearly acquired reliever Andrew Miller at trade deadline, could target him again this winter

Detroit Tigers nearly acquired reliever Andrew Miller at trade deadline, could target him again this winter

Dave Dombrowski confirmed Tuesday that the Tigers did indeed make a strong push to acquire left-handed reliever Andrew Miller from the Boston Red Sox this past July. DETROIT -- This time, it wasn't just a rumor. It actually happened. And, according to general manager Dave Dombrowski, the Detroit Tigers nearly pulled it off. Dombrowski confirmed Tuesday that the Tigers did indeed make a strong push to acquire left-handed reliever Andrew Miller from the Boston Red Sox this past July. But the Baltimore Orioles swooped in at the last second, and -- as the story goes...
The Republican Oct 16, 2014
Baltimore Orioles eliminated from playoffs, but former Red Sox LHP Andrew Miller did his part

Baltimore Orioles eliminated from playoffs, but former Red Sox LHP Andrew Miller did his part

On the bright side, had the Orioles went on to win the World Series, we’d be forced to give Bobby Valentine some more credit.
Boston Herald Oct 11, 2014
Natural born Andrew Miller

Natural born Andrew Miller

BALTIMORE — It was the eighth inning last Sunday in Detroit, and Andrew Miller was lighting the radar gun — 97, 96, 87 (a token slider), 95, 96, 96. With two outs in a tight game, he got the great Miguel Cabrera to ground weakly to second base, then walked off the mound, stronger and more powerful than ever, somehow looking even taller than usual.In many ways, it was everything the 6-foot-7 lefty was supposed to be.
Over the Monster Oct 8, 2014

Daily Red Sox Links: John Lackey, Brock Holt, Andrew Miller

Today's links look at a possible Cole Hamels deal, rebuilding the bullpen, and interest in a member of the Red Sox coaching staff. John Lackey is heading to the NLCS. Will the Red Sox come to regret the deal that sent him to St. Louis? (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal) Brock Holt's 2014 was the very definition of a breakout season. What will his role be in 2015? (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com) Chad Finn tackles the question of who should be on the table in a possible Cole Hamels trade. (Chad Finn; Boston.com) Andrew Miller is about to hit free agency, and it's worth...
Fenway Nation Oct 7, 2014
Tigers Thought They Landed Miller From Sox

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 for hurler Eduardo Rodriguez (who has been more than advertised since joining the Boston organization). Of course, Miller was originally the property of Detroit, before being dealt to the Marlins in the Miguel...
MetsBlog Oct 7, 2014

NYP: Mets should target LHP Andrew Miller

New York columnist Joel Sherman wants the Mets to target free-agent LHP Andrew Miller, who 14 teams tried to acquire at this past summer’s trade deadline. Sherman also wants the Yankees to pursue Miller, who could be in store for a three- or four-year deal. Miller — with Vic Black, Jeurys Familia, Jenrry Mejia and Bobby Parnell — would […]
Fenway Nation Oct 6, 2014

Andrew Miller Will Cost Sox At Least $21 Million

(Photo by Gregory Shamus/)According to Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe (AKA 'John Henry's Journalistic Plaything') the bidding for former Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller will start at three years and $21 million. Word is that Miller is a "strong union man" (whatever the hell that means in a multi-millionaire's 'labor' group) and will seek out the highest bidder for his services. He also wants—apparently in his non-union moments—to rejoin The Carmine Hose. Ah, the dilemmas of spoiled baseball players! In any event, the tall lefty's performances for the Orioles so far this post-season can...

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