Tyson Miller only pitched 10.2 innings for the Texas Rangers this season, but they apparently saw enough to decide that the 27-year-old righty was not part of their future plans.
He was waived by Texas, and the Milwaukee Brewers have decided to pick him up. He will now join a Brewers system that has a knack for developing pitchers.
Even in Triple-A, where Miller spent most of last season, his numbers were underwhelming, pitching to a 4.92 ERA in 89.2 innings. With an option still remaining, Miller can be held on to in the minors and developed further by Milwaukee before being brought back up to the Majors. That is, of course, if he pitches well enough to do so.
The Brewers could have a busy offseason and this is just a small move to kick things off.
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