Andrew Miller RP BAL 16 Hrs

Miller limped off the mound after his appearance in Monday's loss to the Twins and was examined by a trainer after the game, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Miller was charged with one run on two hits and also allowed an inherited runner to score, the second consecutive appearance he's done that. The lefty still owns a fabulous 2.13 ERA on the season and will continue to work in a high-leverage capacity, assuming the ailment he sustained Monday is minor. The Orioles will pass along word if the injury requires him to miss a few contests.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 4 Days

Miller retired five straight batters with two strikeouts Thursday to earn his fourth win of the season.

The Orioles have leaned heavily on Miller since acquiring him at the July deadline and he has not disappointed. Miller has six holds and one win in 11 appearances while allowing one run on three hits with three walks and 14 strikeouts in 11 innings.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 1 Month

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports that the Red Sox are asking for teams' best prospects in trade talks for Andrew Miller.

As Crasnick notes, they'll surely have to drop their demands in order to get anything done. Miller is having a fantastic season, posting a 2.40 ERA and 66/13 K/BB ratio over 41 1/3 innings, but clubs aren't going to surrender top talent for him. The Braves, Pirates and Royals have all been connected to the lefty reliever.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 1 Month

Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports that the Royals are one of multiple teams interested in Andrew Miller.

The Pirates and Braves have also been linked to Miller in recent days. The 29-year-old left-hander owns a fine 2.45 ERA and 65/13 K/BB ratio over 40 1/3 innings this season. He's due to become a free agent this offseason.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 1 Month

Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that the Pirates are interested in Andrew Miller.

The Braves are also in on Miller, with CBS Sports' Jon Heyman calling the left-hander their "prime bullpen target." The interest in Miller is no surprise given his 2.31 ERA and absurd 64/12 K/BB ratio over 39 1/3 innings this season.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 1 Month

David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Andrew Miller "is (a) lefty the Braves want."

However, as O'Brien notes, the Red Sox are holding off on selling as long as possible in hopes that they can creep back into the playoff hunt. Miller is drawing interest from many teams and will be a hot commodity if Boston does wind up selling. The lefty boasts a 2.13 ERA and ridiculous 61/12 K/BB ratio over 38 frames this season.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 2 Months

According to Peter Gammons, the Red Sox have fielded more trade inquiries on Andrew Miller than anyone else on their team.

The 29-year-old southpaw has blossomed as a left-handed specialist since moving to the bullpen, and owns a terrific 2.19 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 60/12 K/BB ratio over 37 innings on the season. He is the type of bullpen addition that could put a contending team over the top, meaning the Red Sox should be able to net a decent return package should they decide to deal him.

Andrew Miller RP BAL 6 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 BAL 7 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 BAL 8 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.