Indians Star Reliever Andrew Miller Signing At Rival Park (Photo)

Lance Martinez of My Detroit Sports provides this original photo of Indians relief pitcher Andrew Miller signing autographs, prior to a Indians vs. Tigers game at Comerica Park.

Miller, who has bounced around a bit (played with six teams), really excelled after getting dealt from the Yankees to the Indians last July. The Florida native was absolutely phenomenal in last year’s postseason, when the Indians lost the World Series in a heartbreaking Game 7 to the Cubs. In fact, Miller did not give up a postseason run until Game 5 of the World Series.

All told, the 6’7 lefty pitched 17 consecutive scoreless innings, amid earning ALCS MVP honors. During that 2016 ALCS, Miller posted a perfect 0.00 ERA, along with 14 strikeouts.

Despite Miller and Cleveland coming up short last October, he did win a World Series as a member of the 2013 Red Sox.

After representing Cleveland in this season’s All-Star Game, Miller later found himself on the disabled list with patella tendinitis in his right knee. To this point, he has a mark of 4-3, with a 1.65 ERA and 0.79 WHIP for the first place Indians.