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FanBlog: Astros Dec 9, 2014

Astros’ pursuit of Andrew Miller likely won’t be forgotten

SAN DIEGO — The Andrew Miller chase could have a lasting effect for the Astros this winter. In a positive, the industry sees the Astros are attempting to back up their talk of spending with actual offers. But the industry also noticed the Astros made a guaranteed four-year, $40 million offer to him. There was […]
Newark Star-Ledger Dec 9, 2014
MLB hot stove: Yankees never planned to sign both David Robertson, Andrew Miller

MLB hot stove: Yankees never planned to sign both David Robertson, Andrew Miller

The cheaper option in Andrew Miller plus the draft choice the Yankees were set to receive were too attractive to pass up for David Robertson, Brian Cashman says

Cashman: Yankees never planned to sign both Miller and Robertson

Brian Cashman just met with beat writers here in San Diego and provided a fairly simply formula for why the Yankees didn’t so much as make an offer to Dave Robertson. The team decided Robertson was worth less than Andrew Miller plus a draft pick plus $10 million. “It might not be the popular decision,” […] The post Cashman: Yankees never planned to sign both Miller and Robertson appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newsday Dec 8, 2014

Andrew Miller confident he can be Yankees' closer if needed

The Royals made it to the seventh game of this season's World Series in large part because of a lockdown bullpen, and the sport took notice.
New York Daily News Dec 8, 2014
Closer role wasn't a priority for Andrew Miller

Closer role wasn't a priority for Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller doesn't know if he'll be the Yankees' closer next season, and that's just fine with him.

Miller: “I’m happy to get (outs) whenever”

By most accounts, Andrew Miller was the second-best relief pitcher on the free agent market this season, so you’d think his contract negotiations might have involved at least some discussion about the market’s best reliever. But Miller said the Yankees’ interest in Dave Robertson never came up. “Honestly, I didn’t really think it was my […] The post Miller: “I’m happy to get (outs) whenever” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
New York Daily News Dec 7, 2014
Andrew Miller says Yankees were best fit

Andrew Miller says Yankees were best fit

The Yankees crafted “the best offer for me, personally,” according to newly signed Andrew Miller.

Peter Gammons: Miller heads to the Bronx; Will Lester return to Boston?

On the off day between the 2012 ALDS and ALCS, Andrew Miller, cast on his foot from a break he suffered in July, hobbled by the batting cage, clearly uneasy, uncomfortable. “I’m thinking maybe I should go home,” he said. “I’m not helping the team. They’re playing, I’m not.” And hobbled off. A few minutes […]
KFFL Dec 6, 2014

Astros | Houston offered Andrew Miller more money

The Houston Astros reportedly made a four-year, $40 million contract offer to RP Andrew Miller ...
KFFL Dec 6, 2014

Yankees | Andrew Miller not given closer job

New York Yankees RP Andrew Miller was not told that he will be the team's ...
Boston Herald Dec 6, 2014
Miller’s choice: Yanks

Miller’s choice: Yanks

The Red Sox still have no idea if they will sign free agent Jon Lester — his decision is now expected sometime during next week’s winter meetings — but now they do know one thing for sure: Andrew Miller’s not coming back.The free agent left-hander signed the richest deal ever for a non-closer reliever — four years, $36 million — with the New York Yankees yesterday.
New York Post Dec 5, 2014
What does Yankees’ Miller signing mean for Robertson?

What does Yankees’ Miller signing mean for Robertson?

By extending a fourth year to lefty reliever Andrew Miller, did the Yankees end David Robertson’s productive Yankees career and leave the club searching for a closer? “We will wait...
FanBlog: Astros Dec 5, 2014

Source: Andrew Miller turned down 4 years, $40M from Astros to sign with Yankees for 3 years, $36M

SAN DIEGO — The Astros’ pursuit of Andrew Miller finished like many other days in general manager Jeff Luhnow’s tenure: with no one to close. But this go-around, a franchise with a reputation for tanking and frugality did not lack for effort. Carrying the most blown saves in baseball over the last three seasons, the […]
Newark Star-Ledger Dec 5, 2014

Yankees leave door open for David Robertson despite signing Andrew Miller

General manager Brian Cashman says Miller hasn't been told he'll be the team's closer, and Robertson is still on the market

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