Andrew Miller Suddenly a Key Cog in Red Sox Rotation

Thursday, July 07, 2011

With three-fifths of the Red Sox pitching rotation on the DL, Andrew Miller is no longer an experiment. He is part of this team's starting staff, and will remain so until further notice. Miller hasn't faced an American League team in two years, when he limited the Orioles to one run and one hit in seven innings. He didn't get a decision that night, part of a disappointing three-year run with the Marlins. (NESN)

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