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Andrew Miller's stuff is so filthy he made a batter fall

Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller has nasty stuff. That was on full display Monday night in Oakland, as Miller came on to shut down an Indians’ 1-0 win. Miller’s slider game-ending slider not only struck out A’s batter Khris Davis. It also knocked him off his feet. (FOX Sports)

Brian Miller, Hunter Williams Named To Cape Cod All-League Team

UNC juniors Brian Miller and Hunter Williams were named to the Cape Cod Baseball League's annual year-end all-league team, league commissioner Paul Galop announced this week. Both Miller and Williams were also named to the midseason CCBL All-Star Game rosters, and Williams was a member of the Harwich team that won the East Division title. (GoHeels.com)

Cleveland reliever Andrew Miller handling flexible role, high-leverage situations

Until further notice, Andrew Miller’s role in the Indians’ bullpen isn’t changing. He hasn’t been inserted as the Indians’ closer, and he hasn’t been relegated to an eighth-inning role. It’s a nod to the growing trend in baseball that a set inning for the relievers at the back end of the bullpen might not be the best way to go about things every night. (Akron Beacon Journal)

Adam Warren deserves a crack at the Yankees’ rotation

While the Yankees seem content to cycle between Green, Severino, and perhaps Luis Cessa, the best candidate to fill that role currently resides in the bullpen in the form of Adam Warren. He has been a victim of his ability to succeed wherever Joe Girardi and the Yankees see fit to pitch him. (Pinstripe Alley)

Lower Concessions Prices & More Options At UNC Venues

The UNC department of athletics and its concessions partner, Aramark Sports and Entertainment, is introducing reduced concessions prices and new outside food and beverage options for all Olympic sports venues for the 2016-17 school year. Fans can enjoy lower-priced food and beverage options at Olympic sports events. (GoHeels.com)

Atlanta Braves Add Brian Moran, Assign Him To Triple-A Gwinnett

With the Braves’ bullpen still unsettled over the next several days, John Coppolella signs Indy ball pitcher Brian Moran to bolster the ranks. Brian Moran is soon to be 28 years old, 6’3"/210 and is a southpaw reliever who hails from Port Chester NY. (Tomahawk Take)

Yankees’ Adam Warren: No Place Like Home

There are some baseball players that are just meant to play in one uniform. New York Yankee right-hander, Adam Warren, fits that bill. Since rejoining the Yankees on July 27 in the deal that sent flame throwing closer, Aroldis Chapman, to the Chicago Cubs, Warren has pitched seven scoreless innings and looked every bit the pitcher he was during his first stint with the team. (Baseball Essential)

Always in demand, Indians lefty Andrew Miller nears another October run

Andrew Miller’s World Series ring has never really been worn, and he may keep it out of sight until he’s “one of those old guys who has a World Series ring stashed in his closet.” He cherishes the ring earned for his relief work with the 2013 Boston Red Sox, but since he missed out on postseason glory due to a foot injury, he’s not inspired to don it on a whim. (USA Today)

Andrew Miller: ‘Kind of weird’ to be back at Yankee Stadium

Wearing an Indians uniform, dressing in the visiting clubhouse at Yankee Stadium and sitting in the left-center field bullpen wasn’t what Andrew Miller anticipated when he inked a four-year deal worth $36 million with the Yankees prior to the 2015 season. (New York Post)

Andrew Miller Finds Easy Transition From Yankees to Indians

During parts of two seasons with the Yankees, reliever Andrew Miller kept with tradition and stayed clean-shaven. When he returned to the Bronx on Friday as a member of the Cleveland Indians, Miller sported a noticeable swath of facial hair, looking more relaxed. Miller is no longer distracted by the trade rumors and role changes that shadowed him with the Yankees. (New York Times)

Summer Baseball Dispatches: J.B. Bukauskas

J.B Bukauskas finished his summer with the Collegiate National Team last month with a series win in Cuba. For the summer, Bukauskas posted a 0.00 ERA in 21.2 innings of work. He allowed just seven hits and one unearned run, striking out 21. "This summer was a whirlwind. I am glad to be back in the United States and getting ready to head back to Chapel Hill." (GoHeels.com)

Robert Woodard, Jesse Wierzbicki To Join UNC Baseball Staff

UNC career wins leader Robert Woodard and former standout first baseman Jesse Wierzbicki have been hired to complete the North Carolina baseball coaching staff, head coach Mike Fox announced Thursday. Woodard returns to Chapel Hill after three seasons at Virginia Tech, while Wierzbicki spent the 2016 season at Elon. (GoHeels.com)

Andrew Miller on joining Indians: ‘Excited to play for team with city behind them’

The Indians newest player Andrew Miller talked at a press conference on Monday, a day after Cleveland added him to their bullpen. Miller said initially he was shocked, then ultimately excited when he heard about the trade. He said he’s “excited to play for a team with a city behind them. People are excited to watch important baseball games.” (FOX 8 Cleveland)

Yankees trade Andrew Miller to Indians

Yankees pitcher Andrew Miller was traded to the Indians early Sunday, a source confirmed, sending the All-Star closer to Cleveland for the rest of this year and the next two seasons. According to reports, the Yankees will receive Cleveland’s top prospect, outfielder Clint Frazier, as well as lefthander Justus Sheffield, who was ranked as the Tribe’s No. 5 prospect. (New York Daily News)

Nebraska baseball adds graduate transfer Alex Raburn from UNC

Nebraska baseball picks up senior graduate transfer Alex Raburn from the University of North Carolina, according to a report from HuskersOnline.com. Raburn is a utility player and started at all four infield positions his sophomore year. (KMTV)

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