Here are the day's minor moves:
- The Indians brought back a familiar name today by signing former top prospect Adam Miller to a minor league deal, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports (via Twitter). Miller seemed destined for a career at the front of the Cleveland rotation until a curious finger injury — and multiple resulting surgeries — derailed his progress. Now 29, Miller spent last year with the independent Sugar Land Skeeters, throwing 62 innings of 4.79 ERA ball.
- Though MLBTR's DFA Tracker shows only one player, he is an intriguing one: Javy Guerra, the Dodgers reliever.
Guerra is a righty.
Guerra isn’t left-handed.
Just wanted to make sure everyone was paying attention tonight! Thanks, edited.
Does anybody know what happened to his finger?
He can’t bend the middle finger on his throwing hand at all.
Well, that would make it easier to flip-off people. Especially if he doesn’t make the team.
The Giants should sign Javy Guerra. Would make a nice complement behind Romo, Affeldt, Lopez, and Casilla. He’s better than Jean Machi or Sandy Rosario.