Andrew Miller RP NYY 3 weeks ago

Miller gave up a two-run homer to Marcus Semien on Wednesday but escaped with his 18th save of the season.

Making his return from a forearm injury, Miller allowed Oakland to get within one run but ultimately retired Billy Burns and Ben Zobrist to end the contest. Wednesday's homer was only the second he's given up in 26.1 innings this season.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 3 weeks ago

Miller (forearm) was activated from the 15-day DL on Wednesday.

As expected, Miller was added back to the active roster ahead of Wednesday's game after a month-long recovery from a left forearm injury. Manager Joe Girardi did away with any speculation as to his role upon activation, saying that Miller will indeed slot back into the closer role and push Dellin Betances back to setup duty.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 3 weeks ago

Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday that Miller (forearm) will likely be activated from the disabled list Wednesday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Miller tossed a scoreless inning for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Monday, proving to the Yankees that he's ready to rejoin the team. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Miller will slot right back in as the closer, according to Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 4 weeks ago

Miller (forearm) tossed a scoreless inning in a rehab outing Monday.

Miller gave up two hits Monday, but he threw eight of his nine pitches for strikes and made it through the outing without suffering a setback. There's a chance Miller's next outing could come with the Yankees, but expect the team to clarify his status at some point in the near future.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 4 weeks ago

Miller (forearm) will begin a rehab stint with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Monday, The Westchester Journal News reports.

Miller will be on a one-inning, 25-pitch limit but may not need to be stretched out any further. Manager Joe Girardi indicated that Miller could rejoin the big league club after just the one rehab appearance if he came out of it feeling well, but the ultimate decision will be made either late Monday or Tuesday.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 4 weeks ago

Miller (forearm) felt good after throwing a 30-pitch bullpen session Saturday, Newsday's Erik Boland reports.

Miller threw a couple times this week, and he believes he is ready for the next step in his recovery, which will likely be a rehab game. It's not clear how many rehab appearances Miller will need before being activated from the disabled list, but if he is able to get into a game early this week, he could still return before the All-Star break.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 1 month ago

Miller (forearm) threw 20 pitches off a mound Wednesday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

With Miller reporting no issues in his return to elevated ground, pitching coach Larry Rothschild suggested the lefty could still make it back before the All-Star break. It's uncertain, however, what role Miller will take on immediately upon his return, as Dellin Betances has converted all four of his save opportunities since Miller landed on the DL.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 1 month ago

Miller (forearm) played catch Sunday and could throw off a mound this week, the NY Post reports.

Miller has now been able to play catch three times in four days, an encouraging sign that he's coming along well in his recovery from a strained forearm muscle. Depending on how the next few steps go, Miller could be able to re-join the club before the All Star break.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 1 month ago

Miller (forearm) made 45 throws from about 100 feet Saturday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

Miller continues to progress in his rehab process, and his net step will likely involve returning to a mound. He's aiming to miss about a month (from June 10), but his exact timetable should sort itself out as he gets further into the progression.

Andrew Miller RP NYY 1 month ago

Miller (forearm) played catch Wednesday under the watchful eyes of pitching coach Larry Rothschild and trainer Mark Littlefield, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Miller was placed on the disabled list June 10 because of the forearm issue, and has finally begun the rehab process. He's expected to miss approximately a month, but that would likely require a full progression through without any setbacks.