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News-Herald Feb 22, 2017
Cleveland Indians nervous about Andrew Miller pitching in World Baseball Classic

Cleveland Indians nervous about Andrew Miller pitching in World Baseball Classic

GOODYEAR, Ariz. >> Here's a change or, ahem, a change-up: Andrew Miller has the Indians feeling nervous.The nastier-than-nasty left-hander, who makes his living fooling hitters and whose ability to pitch extended innings in October carried Cleveland to within one victory of a World Series title last season, will leave spring training next month to play for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic.
Sacramento Bee Feb 22, 2017

Eyes on prize: Indians nervous about Miller pitching in WBC

Here's a change or, ahem, a change-up: Andrew Miller has the Indians feeling nervous. The nastier-than-nasty left-hander, who makes his living fooling hitters and whose ability to pitch extended innings …
Boston Herald Feb 22, 2017
Eyes on prize: Indians nervous about Miller pitching in WBC

Eyes on prize: Indians nervous about Miller pitching in WBC

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Heres a change or, ahem, a change-up: Andrew Miller has the Indians feeling nervous.The nastier-than-nasty left-hander, who makes his living fooling hitters and whose ability to pitch extended innings in October carried Cleveland to within one victory of a World Series title last season, will leave spring training next month to play for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic.And while the Indians back Millers decision to pitch for his country, their blessing has raised the teams collective blood pressure.We fully support him and were proud of him, manager Terry Francona...
Plain Dealer Feb 20, 2017
Cleveland Indians hitters relieved they don't have to face Andrew Miller when it matters

Cleveland Indians hitters relieved they don't have to face Andrew Miller when it matters

Ramirez didn't have to utter a single word. His facial expression conveyed the message: He's relieved he doesn't have to face Andrew Miller when it matters.
Plain Dealer Feb 20, 2017
Terry Francona plans to talk to Team USA manager Jim Leyland about Andrew Miller's usage in the WBC

Terry Francona plans to talk to Team USA manager Jim Leyland about Andrew Miller's usage in the WBC

"We fully support him and we're proud of him and our heart is in our throat," Francona said about Miller, one of four Tribe big-leaguers participating in the tournament.
Call to the Pen Feb 19, 2017

Cleveland Indians: Cody Allen Named Closer for 2017

Despite Andrew Miller’s dominance last season, Cody Allen will remain the closer for the Cleveland Indians to start the year. The Cleveland Indians have made up their mind on who they want to close games for them in 2017. Terry Francona has said that he will use Cody Allen as the team’s primary closer for […] Cleveland Indians: Cody Allen Named Closer for 2017 - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Plain Dealer Feb 18, 2017
Cody Allen will slam door: Six things we learned about Cleveland Indians' spring training

Cody Allen will slam door: Six things we learned about Cleveland Indians' spring training

Manager Terry Francona is going to keep Cody Allen at closer and Andrew Miller in a troubleshooting role for this season.
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 17, 2017
World Baseball Classic leaves teams, including Indians with Andrew Miller, holding collective breath

World Baseball Classic leaves teams, including Indians with Andrew Miller, holding collective breath

The World Baseball Classic is Major League Baseball’s way of making the game a more global one, as well bringing some patriotism into it. But the reality is that there will never be a convenient time to hold the tournament, which this year begins on March 6 with the championship round set for March 20-22. It leaves teams having to hope that players return in the same condition as when they leave their respective camps in Arizona or Florida. “MLB sponsors it, and it’s a great event,” Indians manager Terry Francona told reporters in Goodyear, Ariz. “And I think the guys that want to...

World Baseball Classic leaves teams holding collective breath; Indians among them with Andrew Miller

The World Baseball Classic is Major League Baseball’s way of making the game a more global one, as well bringing some patriotism into it. But, the reality is that there will never be a convenient time to hold the tournament, which this year runs from March 6 to March 20-22. It leaves teams having to hope that players return in the same condition as when they leave their respective camps in Arizona or Florida. “MLB sponsors it, and it’s a great event,” Indians manager Terry Francona told reporters in Goodyear, Ariz. “And I think the guys that want to go, it’s an honor to...
New York Post Feb 12, 2017
How Gleyber Torres can save the Yankees super-prospect he unseated

How Gleyber Torres can save the Yankees super-prospect he unseated

TAMPA — When Carlos Beltran was traded to Texas in July, he was asked about the haul of young talent the Yankees received in return for Andrew Miller, Aroldis Chapman and himself. He praised the Yankees for the moves but cautioned: “A prospect is a prospect. It doesn’t mean they’re going to become a player.”...
New York Post Feb 12, 2017
Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres and biggest Yankees stories to watch

Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres and biggest Yankees stories to watch

The Yankees added to a strong minor league system late last July when they dealt Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs and Andrew Miller to the Indians. However, like all players without a major league track record, the prospects are nothing more than prospects. And there isn’t a more correct adage in sports than this: Prospects...
Scout Feb 10, 2017

2017 IBI Preview Capsule: Boone Logan

The Indians shored up their bullpen by signing veteran lefty Boone Logan to a 1-year deal to complement fellow southpaw Andrew Miller. Does Cleveland now have the strongest bullpen in the major leagues? The IBI's Jake Dungan examines just how Logan fortifies the pitching staff.
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 9, 2017

Andrew Miller, Francisco Lindor headline Indians’ 11 players in World Baseball Classic

For those who enjoy the World Baseball Classic, which is set to begin in just under a month, the Indians will have 11 players spread out across the 16-team field. Here’s the list: Andrew Miller (USA) Francisco Lindor (Puerto Rico) Carlos Santana (Dominican Republic) Roberto Perez (Puerto Rico) Joe Colon (Puerto Rico) Giovanny Urshela (Colombia) Chris Colabello (Italy) Luis Lugo (Italy) Ping-Hsueh Chen (Chinese Taipei) Shao-Ching Chiang (Chinese Taipei) Tyler Krieger (Isreal) A 12th member, Bruce Chen, will be pitching for Team China. Chen, who retired in 2015, is...

Andrew Miller, Francisco Lindor headline Indians’ 11 players in World Baseball Classic

For those who enjoy the World Baseball Classic, which is set to begin in just under a month, the Indians will have 11 players spread out across the 16-team field. Here’s the list: Andrew Miller (USA) Francisco Lindor (Puerto Rico) Carlos Santana (Dominican Republic) Roberto Perez (Puerto Rico) Joe Colon (Puerto Rico) Giovanny Urshela (Colombia) Chris Colabello (Italy) Luis Lugo (Italy) Ping-Hsueh Chen (Chinese Taipei) Shao-Ching Chiang (Chinese Taipei) Tyler Krieger (Isreal) A 12th member, Bruce Chen, will be pitching for Team China. Chen, who retired in 2015, is...
WRAL Sports Fan Feb 8, 2017
NC could field homegrown MLB roster in 2017 - and compete :: WRALSportsFan.com

NC could field homegrown MLB roster in 2017 - and compete :: WRALSportsFan.com

Imagine if North Carolina had to field its own team in the WBC--using players who prepped in the Old North State, not guys like Trea Turner or Andrew Miller who are from elsewhere but came here for college, or guys like Brandon Phillips born here but raised elsewhere. Such a team could compete, especially on the mound.

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