Cardinals’ reliever Andrew Miller had to overcome COVID before coming to camp


It was announced this past week that Cardinals lefthander was late in reporting to camp for personal reasons, bringing to mind the death of his grandmother a couple of springs ago, which caused Miller to miss time. Miller said that he had tested positive for coronavirus 10 days before reporting to camp. Miller said he felt all right now. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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Cardinals’ reliever Andrew Miller had to overcome COVID before coming to camp


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