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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
34-22 5-5 W2
32-23 7-3 W3
28-27 7-3 L1
25-29 5-5 W1
24-32 5-5 L2

2023 Pitching

Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
Regular Season 1 0 2.52 24 17 1.04

Top Shelby Miller News

  • Dodgers' Shelby Miller: Collects first career save

    Miller struck out one in a perfect ninth inning Tuesday to record his first career save in an 8-7 win over the Pirates.

    Evan Phillips was needed earlier in the game and Brusdar Graterol is on the paternity list, so Miller got the call for the save situation after the Dodgers regained the lead in the eighth inning. The 32-year-old right-hander has been solid in relief so far, and while his 11:7 K:BB through 11 innings indicates some control issues, he's been scored upon only once in 10 appearances. Miller isn't yet a regular part of the Dodgers' high-leverage crew -- he's still looking for his first hold of the season -- but he appears to be earning the trust of manager Dave Roberts.

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  • Dodgers' Shelby Miller: Makes Opening Day roster

    Miller will be part of the Dodgers' bullpen to begin the regular season, per Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register.

    Miller signed with the Dodgers on a minor-league contract last November. He was far from a lock to make the team after pitching in just four games last season and posting an ugly 8.92 ERA over 79.2 innings since 2018. However, the veteran showed some positives this spring, registering an 11:0 K:BB over seven frames (though he also gave up five earned runs). The Dodgers have a history of success with pitching reclamation projects, and Miller could be the next in line if he's able to carry over his spring success to the regular season.

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  • Dodgers' Shelby Miller: Signs with Dodgers

    Miller signed a major-league deal with the Dodgers on Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Miller spent most of last season in Triple-A, where he racked up a 3.04 ERA and 1.13 WHIP through 53.1 frames. The 32-year-old reliever is coming off his best season in the majors since 2017, but his less-than-stellar 8.92 ERA and 1.95 WHIP between 2018-22 sets a low bar. It's unclear what role Miller will play in the Dodgers' bullpen in 2023.

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  • Giants' Shelby Miller: Tagged with loss Monday

    Miller (0-1) allowed five runs on two hits and three walks while striking out one over 1.1 innings, taking the loss Monday versus the Padres.

    Miller hadn't allowed a run over 5.2 innings in his first three appearances since his Sept. 22 call-up, but that came crashing down Monday. He got through the seventh inning unscathed, then allowed five of the first six batters to reach in the eighth. He left with the bases loaded, and Jarlin Garcia promptly gave up a two-run double and a three-run home run to tack on three more runs to Miller's line. The right-hander might get one more appearance in 2022, but it'll almost certainly be in a low-leverage spot.

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  • Giants' Shelby Miller: Excelling in return to majors

    Miller struck out one in a scoreless inning Sunday in the Giants' 4-3 win over the Diamondbacks.

    The 31-year-old right-hander has struggled to stick at the big-league level in recent years while bouncing around between multiple organizations, but he's made a strong early impression since joining the Giants following his Sept. 22 call-up from Triple-A Sacramento. Through his first three relief outings, Miller has yet to allow a run in 5.2 innings while scattering four hits, issuing no walks and striking out 13. Even if he's unable to land a major-league deal this winter, Miller's strong finish to 2022 should put him in position to be a high-priority minor-league signing.

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  • Giants' Shelby Miller: Contract selected by Giants

    Miller's contract was selected from Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday.

    Miller joined the Giants on a minor-league deal in June and posted a 3.62 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in 32.1 innings over 27 appearances (one start) at Sacramento over the last few months. He posted a 9.24 ERA in 12.2 innings over 13 relief appearances between the Pirates and Cubs last year and should serve mainly as a low-leverage reliever for the Giants after Cole Waites was sent down Thursday.

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  • Giants' Shelby Miller: Signs minor-league deal with Giants

    Miller signed a minor-league contract with the Giants on Wednesday.

    Miller was let go by the Yankees last week but landed a minor-league deal with San Francisco a week later. The 31-year-old will report to Triple-A Sacramento to begin his time with his new organization.

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  • Shelby Miller: Released by Yankees

    Miller was released by the Yankees on Wednesday, Conor Foley of The Scranton Times-Tribune reports.

    Miller began the season at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and posted a 2.14 ERA and 0.95 WHIP in 21 innings over 16 relief appearances. He made 13 relief appearances between the Pirates and Cubs in 2021 and will seek out other opportunities after being released by the Yankees.

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  • Yankees' Shelby Miller: Doesn't make big-league roster

    Miller was assigned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday.

    The Yankees signed Miller to a minor-league deal in late March, but he got into only one Grapefruit League game with the club. In that contest, the 31-year-old pitched a scoreless inning during which he gave up one hit and struck out one. Miller may need to impress in the minors to get a chance in the big leagues this season after posting a 9.24 ERA across 12.2 frames between the Pirates and Cubs in 2021.

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  • Yankees' Shelby Miller: Gets deal with Yankees

    Miller signed a minor-league deal with the Yankees on Sunday that includes an invitation to spring training.

    Miller split the 2021 season between Pittsburgh and Chicago. Across 12.2 innings in the majors, he was hit hard to the tune of a 9.24 ERA and 2.13 WHIP. It would be a surprise to see Miller earn a significant role with the big-league club out of spring training, though he could serve in a low-leverage bullpen role at some point during the season.

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  • Pirates' Shelby Miller: Takes first loss

    Miller (0-1) allowed a run on one hit in one inning to take the loss Friday versus the Cubs.

    The 30-year-old was given the ball for the sixth inning, but he allowed a solo home run to Frank Schwindel, and the Cubs were able to maintain that lead. Miller had posted a scoreless inning in his Pittsburgh debut Wednesday, but he wasn't able to limit the damage this time versus the team he started the year with. Given his declining performance since 2017, Miller is likely destined for a low-leverage role while in the big leagues.

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  • Pirates' Shelby Miller: Debut goes well

    Miller allowed one hit in a scoreless seventh inning during Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the White Sox. He struck out one batter.

    After giving up a leadoff double, Miller struck out Brian Goodwin and then got Leury Garcia to line out sharply into a double play to end the inning. Manager Derek Shelton has already said that Miller will pitch exclusively out of the bullpen, limiting opportunities for counting stats. At this point, the 30-year-old Miller is simply looking to impress evaluators heading into 2022.

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  • Pirates' Shelby Miller: Contract selected by Pirates

    Miller's contract was selected from Triple-A Indianapolis on Wednesday.

    Miller made three relief appearances for the Cubs in April and allowed seven runs in two innings. He's performed better in the minors with a 2.96 ERA and 0.95 WHIP in 24.1 innings across 13 appearances (four starts), and he'll pitch exclusively out of the bullpen for the Pirates, Jake Crouse of reports.

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  • Pirates' Shelby Miller: To be called up by Pirates

    Miller's contract will be selected by the Pirates prior to Tuesday's game against the White Sox, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

    Miller has struggled at the major-league level for several years now, as he owns a 7.15 ERA in 185 innings since the start of the 2016 season. He gave up seven runs on seven hits and five walks in just two innings of work for the Cubs earlier this season, but he's pitched well in 24.1 Triple-A innings this season, posting a 2.96 ERA and a 37.8 percent strikeout rate.

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  • Pirates' Shelby Miller: Lands minor-league deal

    Miller signed a minor-league contract with the Pirates on Saturday, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

    Miller was released by the Cubs at the beginning of June after being designated for assignment, and he'll now report to Triple-A Indianapolis once he clears COVID-19 protocols. The right-hander made three starts for Triple-A Iowa this year and posted a 1.74 ERA and 0.99 WHIP over 10.1 innings.

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  • Shelby Miller: Cut loose by Cubs

    The Cubs released Miller on Monday.

    Miller presumably requested his release after he cleared waivers when the Cubs designated him for assignment last week. The 30-year-old right-hander shined during his three-start rehab assignment for Triple-A Iowa earlier this month, accruing a 1.74 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 15:6 K:BB in 10.1 innings. He shouldn't have much trouble landing a minor-league deal with another organization.

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  • Cubs' Shelby Miller: Designated for assignment

    The Cubs activated Miller from the 10-day injured list Wednesday and designated him for assignment, Russell Dorsey of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Despite having pitched only two innings this season, Miller and his astronomical 31.50 ERA no longer have a place on the Cubs' pitching staff, which has improved significantly since the veteran landed on the injured list April 23. The righty has not pitched well the past three seasons, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see a pitching-needy team add him to provide innings out of the bullpen.

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  • Cubs' Shelby Miller: Dominant in rehab outing

    Miller (back) struck out five over three shutout innings Sunday in a rehab assignment at Triple-A Iowa. He allowed one baserunner on a walk in the 47-pitch appearance in what was ultimately a combined no-hitter for Iowa.

    Before he was placed on the 10-day injured list in late April with a back strain, Miller hadn't pitched more than an inning in any of his three appearances out of the Chicago bullpen. The fact that the Cubs were seemingly willing to turn Miller loose without restriction in his first rehab outing suggests he won't be in line for an extended stay in the minors. He'll likely get a few days to rest up from Sunday's outing before the Cubs decide whether to bring him back from the IL ahead of next weekend's series in Detroit.

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  • Cubs' Shelby Miller: Lands on injured list

    Miller was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with a strain in his lower back, Tony Andracki of Marquee Sports Network reports.

    The 30-year-old surrendered seven runs over two innings after having his contract selected by the Cubs last week. Miller will be unavailable for at least 10 days, though it's unclear if he'll face a longer absence. Kyle Ryan was recalled from the alternate site in a corresponding move.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Houston, TX
Age: 32
Experience: 7
Bats/Throws: R, R