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Brewers' Tyson Miller: Claimed by Milwaukee
Miller was claimed off waivers by the Brewers on Thursday.
Miller spent most of 2022 at Triple-A, and the Rangers opted not to keep him on the 40-man roster through the offseason. He had a 4.52 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 114:40 K:BB across 89.2 frames in the minors last year.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Sent down by Texas
Miller was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday.
Miller made his final start of the season Sunday against the Angels, allowing seven runs on nine hits and three walks while striking out five in four innings to take the loss. He posted a 10.97 ERA and 2.25 WHIP in 10.2 innings over four appearances (two starts) in the majors this year and isn't guaranteed a major-league role to begin the 2023 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Gets starting chance Sunday
Miller is scheduled to start Sunday's game against the Angels.
In his last appearance Tuesday against the Mariners, Miller worked as a bulk reliever and struck out three over 3.2 scoreless innings. Unless the Rangers make a late change of plans and elect to deploy him behind an opener, Miller will now get the chance to make his third career MLB start in what will likely be his final appearance of the 2022 season. Though he was sharp his last time out versus Seattle, Miller had previously surrendered seven runs (six earned) on five hits and four walks over three innings in his other two MLB appearances this season.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Lit up in start
Miller (1-2) allowed seven runs on nine hits, three walks and a hit batter while striking out five over four innings to take the loss versus the Angels on Sunday.
Miller was shaky from the get-go, allowing six of the seven runs on his line in the first inning. Mike Trout tacked on a solo home run in the fourth. Miller posted a 10.97 ERA, 2.25 WHIP and 8:8 K:BB across 10.2 major-league innings this year. The 27-year-old isn't scheduled for another start in 2022, and he hasn't shown much to suggest he'll be in contention for a big-league role to begin 2023.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Notches first career win
Miller (1-1) earned the win during Tuesday's 5-0 victory over Seattle, allowing two hits and one walk while striking out three in 3.2 innings.
Miller followed opener Jesus Tinoco with 3.2 scoreless innings -- the only trouble coming in the fourth after the first two Mariners singled, but he was able to retire the next three batters to escape the jam. The 27-year-old fired 42 of 66 pitches for strikes, with seven of the swinging variety, and rebounded nicely from a six-run clunker during his most recent major-league appearance, a short start June 15. In three appearances, Miller has surrendered six earned runs on 12 baserunners with three strikeouts across 6.2 innings.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Promotion imminent
Miller will be called up from Triple-A Round Rock prior to Tuesday's game against the Mariners, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports.
Miller has thrown three innings in the majors this season, allowing six runs in the process. Since he was most recently working as a member of Round Rock's rotation and covered five innings in his last outing Sept. 18, he could end up serving as a bulk reliever behind Jesus Tinoco, who is scheduled to serve as the Rangers' opening pitcher in Tuesday's game.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Heads back to minors
Miller was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday.
After Miller was selected from Triple-A on Sunday, he will head back to Round Rock on Monday without appearing in a game for the Rangers. The move frees up a roster spot for fellow pitcher Jon Gray (oblique) to return from the 15-day injured list.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Called up from Round Rock
Miller's contract was selected from Triple-A Round Rock on Sunday.
Miller has not been particularly sharp in recent weeks, but the Rangers will give him another shot to show what he can do at the top level. He started in more than half his appearances with Round Rock this season, but unless the Rangers elect to use a six-man rotation he will likely provide depth in the bullpen.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Sent down following start
Miller was returned to Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday.
Miller was charged with the loss during Wednesday's game against the Astros, as he gave up six runs on four hits and two walks while failing to strike out a batter in two-thirds of an inning. The right-hander will head back to the minors for now but should be a candidate to serve as a spot starter later in the year.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Picking up first MLB start
Miller is listed as the Rangers' starting pitcher for Wednesday's game against the Astros in Arlington.
Before he was called up to the big leagues last Friday, Miller started in four of his 12 appearances at Triple-A Round Rock, striking out 50 over 37.2 innings but struggling in the ratio categories (5.02 ERA, 1.56). The same day as his promotion, Miller made his Rangers debut in long relief and ceded one earned run over 2.1 innings. With Glenn Otto (illness) on the COVID-19-related injured list, Miller will now get the chance to enter the rotation, but the Rangers aren't likely to let the right-hander work much more than four or five innings Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Joins active roster
Miller joined the Rangers' big-league roster Friday.
Miller and Jesus Tinoco joined the team as replacement players after Glenn Otto and Mitch Garver landed on the COVID-19 injured list. Miller has worked as both a starter and a reliever for Triple-A Round Rock, though he won't be making Otto's scheduled start Friday against the White Sox, as the team will instead go with a bullpen game.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Outrighted to Triple-A
Miller cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Round Rock on Sunday.
Miller was designated for assignment by Texas on Friday, and he'll remain in the organization after going through waivers unclaimed. The right-hander was on the Cubs' 40-man roster earlier this season, though he hasn't seen major-league action with either club in 2021.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Designated for assignment
Miller was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Friday.
Miller was DFA'd by the Cubs on May 30 before being claimed off waivers by the Rangers and optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on June 4. With Texas claiming Shaun Anderson from the Twins on Friday, Miller once again found himself as the odd man out on a 40-man roster. The right-hander has little major-league experience, appearing in two games (one start) for the Cubs in 2020.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Claimed by Rangers
Miller was claimed off waivers by the Rangers and optioned to Triple-A Round Rock, John Blake reports.
Miller was DFA'd by the Cubs on May 30. He will now head to the Rangers' organization and provide the club with pitching depth. Miller allowed three earned runs across 5.1 innings during three appearances (one start) for Triple-A Iowa.... See More ... See Less
Cubs' Tyson Miller: DFA'd by Cubs
Miller was designated for assignment by the Cubs on Sunday.
Miller hasn't seen the majors this season and has now been removed from the 40-man roster. The 25-year-old has allowed three runs over 5.1 innings at Triple-A Iowa and could remain there if he goes unclaimed on waivers.... See More ... See Less
Cubs' Tyson Miller: Reinstated, sent down
Miller was reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list and optioned to the alternate training site Wednesday, Tony Andracki of Marquee Sports Network reports.
Miller had been on the COVID-19 IL since the start of the regular season, but he'll now build up in Arizona before returning to game action. Once Miller is ready for game action, it's not yet clear whether he'll pitch in the majors or with Triple-A Iowa.... See More ... See Less
Cubs' Tyson Miller: Placed on COVID-19 IL
Miller has been placed on the COVID-19 injured list, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Miller was reassigned to minor-league camp in mid-March but is currently away from the team. It's not clear whether the right-hander has tested positive for COVID-19, but he'll need to clear the league's health and safety protocols before he's eligible to return.... See More ... See Less
Cubs' Tyson Miller: Sent to minor-league camp
Miller was assigned to minor-league camp Friday, Bruce Levine of 670TheScore.com reports.
Miller had at best an outside chance at breaking camp in the big leagues, as he did make his debut last season but threw just five innings. The Cubs expect to rotate players through their fifth starter spot, so Miller could still earn starts later this year if he looks good in the minors.... See More ... See Less
Cubs' Tyson Miller: Demoted after long-relief outing
The Cubs optioned Miller to their alternate training site Sunday.
Miller served as the Cubs' primary pitcher behind starter Colin Rea in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Cardinals, pitching three innings of one-run ball. Since Miller tossed 34 pitches in the outing and was unlikely to be available for at least the next couple of days, the Cubs opted him to swap him out for a fresh arm in Matt Dermody, whose contract was selected from the alternate site in a corresponding move.... See More ... See Less
Cubs' Tyson Miller: Called up by Cubs
Miller was recalled by the Cubs for Game 2 of the team's doubleheader against the Cardinals on Saturday, Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Miller was called up for the second time this season in order to give the Cubs another arm out of the bullpen for Saturday's nightcap.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-4, 225 lbs|
|Birthplace: Fairfield, CA|
|Bats/Throws: R, R|