Trever Miller RP CHC Jan 30 '12
Cubs signed LHP Trever Miller to a minor league contract.
The deal comes with an invitation to spring training, where Miller will get a shot at an Opening Day bullpen spot. If the 38-year-old lefty specialist makes the big league roster, he will earn a salary of $800,000.
Trever Miller RP CHC Sep 13 '11
Red Sox purchased the contract of LHP Trever Miller from Triple-A Pawtucket.
Miller signed a minor league contract with the Red Sox after being released by the Blue Jays last month. The 38-year-old left-hander has a 4.19 ERA and 11/12 K/BB ratio over 19 1/3 innings between Toronto and St. Louis this season. He likely won't be trusted in high-pressure situations.
Trever Miller RP CHC Aug 30 '11
Red Sox signed LHP Trever Miller.
Released by the Blue Jays nine days ago, Miller has been assigned to Triple-A Pawtucket. Miller has posted ugly numbers in 19 1/3 major-league innings between the Cardinals and Blue Jays this season, turning in a 4.19 ERA, 1.91 WHIP and 11/12 K/BB ratio while allowing left-handers to bat .308 against him.
Trever Miller RP CHC Aug 21 '11
Blue Jays released LHP Trever Miller.
He was designated for assignment a few days ago and cleared waivers. Miller is now free to sign with another organization and will likely have to accept a minor league deal to do so. The Jays acquired Miller last month as a throw-in with Colby Rasmus. The veteran lefty specialist has posted an 11/12 K/BB ratio in 45 appearances this season.
Trever Miller RP CHC Aug 16 '11
Blue Jays designated LHP Trever Miller for assignment.
The Jays acquired Miller last month as a throw-in with Colby Rasmus. The veteran lefty specialist has posted an 11/12 K/BB ratio in 45 appearances this season but should be able to find a gig with another team.
Trever Miller RP CHC Jul 27 '11
The Blue Jays confirmed Wednesday evening that Trever Miller will not be flipped to the White Sox.
ESPN's Buster Olney reported Wednesday afternoon that Miller would be moved to Chicago after the completion of the Colby Rasmus blockbuster. But that's apparently not the case. Miller, a veteran left-hander, has posted a 4.02 ERA in 15 2/3 innings this season. He'll operate as a lefty specialist for Toronto.