Andrew Miller RP BOS 2 Months

Andrew Miller walked three of the five batters he faced and was charged with three runs Friday against the Twins.

Miller is back after missing the second half of last season with a damaged ligament in his left foot. He's essentially assured a spot in the Boston bullpen, assuming he doesn't typically walk 60 percent of the batters he faces.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 2 Months

Red Sox and LHP Andrew Miller avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.9 million contract.

Miller requested $2.15 million and the Sox countered with an offer of $1.55 million, so the $1.9 million agreement comes in slightly above the midpoint between the figures. Miller enjoyed great success last season as a left-handed specialist, posting a 2.64 ERA and 48/17 K/BB ratio over 30 2/3 innings. The 28-year-old will be a key member of the Red Sox bullpen again in 2014.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 3 Months

Andrew Miller requested $2.15 million and was offered $1.55 million from the Red Sox when arbitration figures were exchanged on Friday.

The tall hard-throwing southpaw who had once looked like a tremendous bust has found a home in the Red Sox bullpen the past two seasons. He will take home a modest raise over the $1.475 million that he earned during the 2013 season.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 4 Months

Andrew Miller is progressing well in his recovery from his left foot injury and expects to be fully healthy by the start of spring training.

The 28-year-old southpaw came into his own in the Red Sox bullpen in 2013, registering a 2.64 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 48/17 K/BB ratio over 30 2/3 innings before undergoing season-ending surgery to repair ligament damage in his foot. As long as he can keep the walks in check, he should continue to be a very valuable weapon in the Red Sox bullpen.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 6 Months

Red Sox activated LHP Andrew Miller from the 60-day disabled list.

Miller underwent season-ending surgery to repair ligament damage in his left foot in July. He should be ready to go for spring training next year.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 9 Months

Red Sox transferred LHP Andrew Miller to the 60-day disabled list.

This was done as a procedural move to make room on the 40-man roster for the recently acquired Matt Thornton. Miller will be sidelined for the remainder of the season after having surgery to repair ligament damage in his left foot.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 10 Months

Andrew Miller needs season-ending surgery to repair ligament damage in his left foot.

It's a big blow for the Red Sox, as Miller had developed into quite a weapon out of the bullpen. Boston was already on the lookout for relief help, and they figure to intensify their search now. Miller should be ready to go for spring training next year.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 10 Months

Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports the Red Sox are concerned that Andrew Miller (foot) may be dealing with a Lisfranc injury.

Miller was placed on the disabled list Sunday and is being sent back to Boston to undergo further tests. If he is diagnosed with a Lisfranc fracture, he'll almost certainly be looking at an extended absence.The Red Sox should provide an update on his status Monday.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 10 Months

X-rays to Andrew Miller's left foot were negative.

Miller was placed on the disabled list Sunday, but the severity of his injury isn't yet known. He'll now be sent back to Boston to undergo further tests. The Red Sox have recalled Alfredo Aceves to replace him on the active roster.

Andrew Miller RP BOS 10 Months

Red Sox placed LHP Andrew Miller on the 15-day disabled list with a left foot injury.

Miller was injured in the seventh inning of Saturday's game and will undergo x-rays before a timetable for his return is established. The Red Sox are expected to recall Alfredo Aceves from Triple-A Pawtucket to replace him on the active roster.