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Andrew Miller Set For Key Role In Red Sox Bullpen

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Here’s one Red Sox pitcher about whom we are not asking questions this spring: Andrew Miller. Put another way, he is the best Red Sox pitcher that nobody is talking about. Miller, you’ll recall, is the one-time Detroit Tigers first-round draft pick who was projected to be a frontline big league starter. Except that, well, he’s never been a frontline big league starter. (Boston Herald)

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