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Newark Star-Ledger May 20, 2015

Yankees' Andrew Miller reacts to giving up walk-off home run in loss to Nationals (VIDEO)

In 17 appearances this season, Miller hadn't allowed any runs. Until tonight.
Washington Post May 20, 2015

Before Ryan Zimmerman’s walk off vs. Andrew Miller, the two shared a long history

They first faced each other so long ago, they don’t remember the specifics. We know this: neither was a millionaire nor knew he would be, and there was no way to predict that 11 years later, they would square off again, right here: Tuesday night at Nationals Park, bottom of the 10th inning, Andrew Miller on the mound as the ungodly good reliever for the New York Yankees, Ryan Zimmerman at the plate as the only Washington National who’s survived a decade.Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun May 19, 2015

Zimmerman's HR Off Miller In 10th Leads Nats Past Yanks 8-6

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ryan Zimmerman's two-run shot with two outs in the 10th inning off Yankees closer Andrew Miller, who hadn't allowed a run this season, lifted the Washington Nationals to an 8-6 comeback victory over AL East-leading New York on Tuesday night.

Miller finally blows one in Yankees’ walk-off loss to Nationals

The power of the mustache has clearly run dry. Closer Andrew Miller was one of the few Yankees to keep his facial hair heading into this series, and he might re-think that going forward. Miller allowed his first earned run of the season, a walk-off home run by Ryan Zimmerman that handed the Yankees an […] The post Miller finally blows one in Yankees’ walk-off loss to Nationals appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Baltimore Sun May 17, 2015

Schmuck's Observations: Do Orioles miss Andrew Miller?

Do Orioles miss Andrew Miller? The Orioles certainly would have a better, deeper bullpen if they had ponied up the $40 million or so it would have taken to re-sign reliever Andrew Miller. But you have to look beyond his near-perfect performance with the Yankees to evaluate the decision to let him...
Newsday May 9, 2015

Buck Showalter not surprised by Andrew Miller's success

Buck Showalter hasn't been caught off guard.
Newsday May 9, 2015

Andrew Miller, Dellin Betances get some much-needed relief

If there was a silver lining for the Yankees in yestterday's 6-2 loss to the Orioles, it had to be the siesta for Andrew Miller and Dellin Betances, two relievers who have been afforded precious little relief during the first month of this season.
Newark Star-Ledger May 9, 2015

The cost of Yankees' Andrew Miller's dominance

Miller leads the league in saves, but it's put a lot of wear on his left arm
Baltimore Sun May 9, 2015

Andrew Miller, Dellin Betances driving Yankees' success from bullpen

While Alex Rodriguez's milestone 661st home run dominated the news from the Bronx this week, the reason the Yankees are winning has more to do with their bullpen than A-Rod's comeback.
Newark Star-Ledger May 9, 2015

Joe Girardi finally names Yankees' Andrew Miller the closer

"For what they're paying me, I'll do anything," Miller said

Postgame notes: “For what they’re paying me, I’ll do anything”

After each of Andrew Miller’s MLB-leading 13 saves — or, at least after most of them — Joe Girardi has been asked the same question about whether he’s willing to name Miller as his official closer. Every time that the Yankee manager had been asked, he would dodge the question and give a reason as […] The post Postgame notes: “For what they’re paying me, I’ll do anything” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newsday May 8, 2015

Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller do it again for Yankees

Once Yankees manager Joe Girardi called Dellin Betances in from the bullpen to protect a one-run lead with two outs in the seventh, you could have stuck a fork in the Orioles' bats Friday night at Yankee Stadium. Betances got four outs and credit for a 5-4 victory, and Andrew Miller recorded his 13th save in the ninth as that finishing combo ran their streak to 33 1/3 innings without yielding an earned run this season.
New York Daily News May 6, 2015
Yankees Podcast: Andrew Miller, Al Leiter, Sweeny Murti

Yankees Podcast: Andrew Miller, Al Leiter, Sweeny Murti

Miller discusses his impressive start to the season, the team's hot streak and why the Yankees decided to start growing mustaches.
The Republican May 4, 2015

Boston Red Sox should have prioritized signing Andrew Miller over Koji Uehara; What do you think? POLL

Andrew Miller at 29 years and 348 days old is the oldest of all the Yankees relievers. Miller became the first pitcher in franchise history with nine saves in the club's first 23 games. Mariano Rivera never even did it.

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