Red Sox Sign Trever Miller

The Red Sox signed Trever Miller and assigned him to Triple-A, according to Dan Hoard, the radio voice of the Pawtucket Red Sox (on Twitter). The Blue Jays designated the 38-year-old lefty for assignment on August 16th and released him five days later.

Miller appeared in six games for the Blue Jays after they acquired him in the July trade that sent Colby Rasmus to Toronto. In 19 1/3 innings for the Cardinals and Blue Jays this year, the 13-year veteran has a 4.19 ERA with 5.1 K/9, 5.6 BB/9 and a 38.8 % ground ball rate.


13 Responses to Red Sox Sign Trever Miller Leave a Reply

  1. TestSubjekt 4 years ago

    I’m glad he found work. Him and his wife are good people.

  2. vtadave 4 years ago

    Clearly insurance in case Papelbon leaves as a free agent this winter.

  3. woadude 4 years ago

    What is it with the Red Sox and liking guys over 35?

  4. coolguy23 4 years ago

    I’m downgrading Miller’s rating from AAA to AA+ due to instability and political brinkmanship that I’ve recently been observing in both the Blue Rays and the Red Socks.

  5. coolguy23 4 years ago

    I’m downgrading Miller’s rating from AAA to AA+ due to instability and political brinkmanship that I’ve recently been observing in both the Blue Rays and the Red Socks.

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