Shelby Miller SP STL 3 Days

Miller suffered a shin bruise during Thursday's start against Milwaukee, but the team doesn't expect the injury to affect his next start, reports.

Miller pitched six solid innings in Thursday's extra innings win, throwing just 82 pitches in the process. Both Miller and the team are confident he'll be able to start as scheduled next week.

Shelby Miller SP STL 4 Days

Miller tossed six solid innings Thursday against the Brewers, giving up two runs (one earned) on five hits and striking out four, but received no decision.

Miller continues to deliver one strong outing after another here in September. For the month, he's allowed two earned runs in 26 innings spanning four starts. Oh, and he's avoided walking a batter in three consecutive outings. Miller will look to ice his September cake with another strong game against the Cubs next week.

Shelby Miller SP STL 14 Days

Miller won Monday against the Reds as he allowed three hits and recorded four strikeouts in seven scoreless innings.

Miller has not allowed a run in 14 innings over his last two starts and has leveled his record at 9-9 for the season. The Cardinals have played very well of late and Miller has been a big part of their success.

Shelby Miller SP STL 19 Days

Miller threw seven shutout innings Wednesday against Pittsburgh, giving up just three hits and three walks while striking out five.

It wasn't enough to get the win, however, as the first run wasn't scored until the bottom of the ninth when the Cardinals walked off with the win.

Shelby Miller SP STL 24 Days

Miller worked seven solid innings Friday night versus the Cubs, allowing two earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out three.

After being tagged for a dozen earned runs and issuing 10 free passes over his last 17 innings, Miller rebounded with an encouraging effort Friday night. To say that the Cardinals' young righty has been a roller coaster of inconsistency this season would be an understatement. Maybe this nice outing will pave the way to a strong final month of the campaign for one of 2014's most disappointing fantasy hurlers.

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Miller lasted six innings Saturday, giving up three earned runs on five hits while walking two and striking out three in a no-decision against the Phillies.

Tough luck for the floundering 23-year-old, as he departed (for the second start in the row) in line for the win with a 5-3 lead that was erased in the eighth. Miller retains his 8-9 record, and how has an ERA of 4.26 with a WHIP of 1.38 and a terrible 66:98 BB:K through 25 starts (145.2 innings) with the Cards this season.

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Miller was mediocre yet again Saturday night against the Padres, giving up four runs on four hits and a whopping six walks, striking out five.

Despite that, Miller left with a lead, but teammate Kevin Siegrist blew that 5-4 lead in the seventh inning. Miller gave up three runs in the third inning immediately after the Cardinals had scored in the bottom of the second.

Shelby Miller SP STL 1 Month

Miller struggled in a losing effort Monday night, allowing five runs in five innings against the Marlins.

Miller struck out five but allowed eight hits and walked a pair in the subpar outing. The 23 year old had been pitching much better of late�posting a 2.29 ERA in four post-All-Star break starts�but didn't have his best stuff Monday. He'll try to get back on track this weekend against the Padres.

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Miller allowed a run on four hits with a walk and four strikeouts over seven innings in a no-decision Wednesday against the Red Sox.

Miller dueled former teammate Joe Kelly for seven innings, both giving up one run before turning it over the bullpen. Trevor Rosenthal would ultimately cough up the lead in the ninth, wasting a very good start by the 23-year-old. It was Miller's third solid outing in a row, bringing his ERA under 4.00 (3.99) for the first time since May. He will try to keep it going Monday in Miami.

Shelby Miller SP STL 2 Months

Shelby Miller allowed only two runs over 5 2/3 innings Saturday in the Cardinals' win over the Cubs.

Miller looked much sharper after spending a week-plus in the St. Louis bullpen, surrendering only three hits in front of a very pro-Cardinals crowd at Wrigley Field. He did not walk a batter and struck out three. The young right-hander will try to build off this positive outing in his next start at home versus Milwaukee.