Cubs Release Trever Miller

The Cubs released left-handed reliever Trever Miller, Doug Padilla of ESPNChicago.com tweets. The Cubs had signed the Praver/Shapiro client to a minor league contract in January.

Miller, who turns 39 in May, posted a 3.80 ERA with 5.1 K/9, 5.1 BB/9 and a 38% ground ball rate in 21 1/3 innings for the Cardinals, Blue Jays, and Red Sox in 2011. He started the season in St. Louis, went to Toronto in a July trade, and signed with Boston after the Blue Jays released him.


6 Responses to Cubs Release Trever Miller Leave a Reply

  1. headsupkid01 3 years ago

    wanna know when its time to hang it up? when the Cubs release you.

  2. Eduardo Medina 3 years ago

    another one bite the dust..

  3. Poor Trevor Miller… It truly sucks when you just don’t have it anymore.

  4. jaycruz92 3 years ago

    so much for us winning it all…

  5. letsgogiants 3 years ago

    Hard to believe this guy was once a 1st round pick. Nonetheless he proved to be a good loogy despite being inconsistent for many years. My guess is he hangs it up. 

  6. headsupkid01 3 years ago

    He did alright for my Cards in 09, He’s been playing since 96! 

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