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THE SUPER SUB: Lefty makes most of fill-in start but might head back to minors

When the score grew to 14-0 in the bottom of the fifth Friday night, the "0" was still as impressive as the "14." Andrew Miller threw five of his six scoreless innings before he got that huge lead. He confirmed anew that he will one day be a dominant big-league pitcher. Miller looked capable of filling in this season for any Tigers starter who has a lengthy absence. He stepped in this time for Jeremy Bonderman. If Bonderman returns Thursday, as club officials hope, then Miller's next start will be back in the minors. (Detroit Free Press)

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