According to Ken Rosenthal of Athletics, a freezer thrower Andrew Miller and St. Louis Cardinals are "closing" on a contract of contract.
A one-off target for the season cut off season in Nev Iork Mets, Miller, 33, hit the open market after the 2018 campaign (hamstring, knees, shoulders) that saw his statistics jump to unusually low levels.
After recording the average score of 1.82 in the period from 2013 to 2017, with 469 rebounds, 84 walks, 1.96 points of independent skating, 0.850 VHIP and 234 ERA + from 2013 to 2017 (108 appearances, 291.2 inning), Miller had a nightmare of the 2018 season.
Between the injuries of the injuries, the leftist put 37 innings (34 injections), published 4.34 ERA, 3.51 FIP, 1.382 VHIP, and 2.81 defense-walk last year.
Fangraphs Miller's estimated value is quoted at $ 22 million over two years.
We'll leave you posted as new information becomes available.