Andrew Miller
RP CLE
1 hour ago

Miller came on in the ninth inning of Thursday's win over the Orioles and allowed one run while also fanning three batters.

EDGE Analysis

The southpaw allowed a leadoff walk which led to an RBI double from Manny Machado, but Miller quickly shook it off to retire Jonathan Schoop and Mark Trumbo to secure the win for Cleveland. Still, Miller has set such a high standard for himself that it's surprising when he allows a base runner, let alone an earned run. With Cody Allen on the paternity list, Miller could be the Indians' primary closing option for the next two games, which ups his save potential for a brief window.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
2 days ago

Miller struck out three batters without allowing a baserunner through two scoreless innings during Wednesday's win over Baltimore.

EDGE Analysis

While fantasy owners would love to see more than three wins and just a single save in Miller's stat line, his 1.43 ERA, 0.72 WHIP and 12.9 K/9 are still elite marks. He's worth a roster spot in all settings and would probably be next in line for saves if Cody Allen is injured or pitches his way out of the closer job.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
5 days ago

Miller recorded his first save of the season Sunday against the Twins.

EDGE Analysis

Miller needed just 15 pitches to get through the ninth and lock down the game for the Indians. Of course, this was an abnormal scenario for Cleveland, with manager Terry Francona opting to use Cody Allen, who usually closes games (15 saves this season), in the eighth, which is when Miller usually fulfills his setup role. It will be interesting to see if Francona rolls with this new formula going forward, since Miller would inevitably eat up the team's saves.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
1 week ago

Miller was tagged with his first loss of the year Tuesday after allowing a run on two hits while striking out a pair over 1.2 innings against the Dodgers.

EDGE Analysis

The left-hander stood tall on the mound during parts of the sixth, seven, and eighth innings. Cody Bellinger hit a solo home run that buckled Miller's night in the eighth inning with the score locked 2-2. The rookie's shot was the first home run Miller had given up all season, and it ended the reliever's 11-game streak of not allowing an earned run. Tuesday was nothing more than a blip on the radar screen, and owners can push forward with full confidence that Miller will begin a new stretch of dominance in his next out.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
3 weeks ago

Miller struck out all three batters he faced in Sunday's win against Kansas City.

EDGE Analysis

Although the game was in hand, manager Terry Francona called on Miller since the left-hander hadn't pitched since Tuesday. Through 24 games, the 32-year-old has allowed just one earned run over 27.1 innings (0.33 ERA) while amassing a ridiculous 13.2 K/9 this season.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
3 weeks ago

Miller struck out three in a perfect inning for his 12th hold of the year in Monday's 5-3 win over the Athletics.

EDGE Analysis

Miller is the best non-closer in baseball and continued his dominance Monday. He's posting better numbers than closer Cody Allen, but skipper Terry Francona remains content using the overpowering lefty as the eighth-inning setup man. Miller has allowed one run in 26 innings and sports an elite 36:5 K:BB for a microscopic 0.35 ERA. Continue to enjoy his excellent numbers.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
2 months ago

Miller pitched the eighth inning and struck out one en route to picking up the win Saturday against the Royals.

EDGE Analysis

The left-hander has been impossible to score a run on -- literally. Miller owns a perfect 0.00 ERA through 14.2 innings this season. Over 12 appearances, the shut-down setup man owns a sparkling 21:4 BB:K and 0.82 WHIP. Unlike early in 2016, Miller's role has stayed consistent this year -- he exclusively ensures the Tribe holds any lead going into the final frame. The team's closer, Cody Allen, is off to a hot start, too, and won April's AL Reliever of the Month, so Miller's services in ninth inning are not needed as it stands now. That said, the 31-year-old veteran has picked up two wins and six holds thus far in 2017.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
2 months ago

Miller captured his third hold of the year after dealing 1.1 scoreless innings Thursday against Minnesota.

EDGE Analysis

Miller has held his opponents hitless in five of seven appearances this season, just as he did in Thursday's win. The left-hander has been on point through 8.1 innings, pounding 91 of 125 pitches for strikes (73 percent strike rate) while maintaining a flawless ERA.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
2 months ago

Miller pitched a scoreless eighth inning, allowing a walk and recording one strikeout en route to his second hold of 2017 in Monday's 3-1 victory over the Twins.

EDGE Analysis

Unlike Monday, there haven't been many close games for Miller to rack up the counting stats just yet, but that hasn't stopped manager Terry Francona from keeping the left-hander busy. Through six scoreless appearances (seven innings), Miller has an 8:1 K:BB with a fancy 0.86 WHIP.

Andrew Miller
RP CLE
3 months ago

Miller pitched a clean eighth inning to notch his first hold of the season in Tuesday's 4-3 victory over Texas.

EDGE Analysis

The left-hander has earned a decision (he got the win on Monday) in each of the campaign's first two contests. Miller is an unusual relief pitcher in terms of fantasy value. Although he's not expected to take over the closer role at any point this season, the 31-year-old still holds value across most formats, even those that don't award points for holds. Miller will see a boatload of innings while providing an excellent strikeout rate that brands him a strong fantasy asset.