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Giants sign Shelby Miller to minor league deal

The Giants recently signed reliever Shelby Miller on a minor league contract. He’s been assigned to Triple-A Sacramento, where he made his first appearance on Wednesday. Miller had opened the season in the Yankees’ organization on a non-roster deal. According to his transactions log at MLB.com, he was released on May 31. The right-hander was one of a host of veterans afforded an automatic June 1 opt-out possibility by the collective bargaining agreement. Whether he triggered that provision or was simply let go by the Yankees isn’t clear, but in either event, he’s quickly landed a new opportunity.
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A mini Trae Young entered the world on Thursday. The Atlanta Hawks star and his fiancee, Shelby Miller, announced the birth of their son, Tydus Reign Young, on Friday. Young and Miller have been together since 2017 after meeting while Young was playing basketball for the Oklahoma Sooners. The two got engaged in December 2021.
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Yankees' Shelby Miller: Doesn't make big-league roster

Miller was assigned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday. The Yankees signed Miller to a minor-league deal in late March, but he got into only one Grapefruit League game with the club. In that contest, the 31-year-old pitched a scoreless inning during which he gave up one hit and struck out one. Miller may need to impress in the minors to get a chance in the big leagues this season after posting a 9.24 ERA across 12.2 frames between the Pirates and Cubs in 2021.
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Yankees’ Shelby Miller explains why he’s not finished yet

TAMPA — Since Shelby Miller was an All-Star in 2015, it’s mostly been ugly for the right-hander. Over the last seven seasons — he didn’t play in 2020, opting out of the COVID-shortened season – he’s posted a 7.04 ERA in 61 appearances (36 starts).
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New York Yankees sign right-hander Shelby Miller to minor league deal

TAMPA, Fla. -- The New York Yankees signed right-hander Shelby Miller to a minor league contract on Sunday and invited him to major league spring training. Miller, 31, is 38-57 with a 4.19 ERA in 163 games, including 132 starts over parts of nine seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals (2012-14), Atlanta Braves (2015), Arizona Diamondbacks (2016-18), Texas Rangers (2019), Chicago Cubs (2021) and Pittsburgh Pirates (2021).
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Yankees sign former All-Star Shelby Miller

TAMPA — The Yankees signed right-hander Shelby Miller to a minor league deal on Sunday, with an invitation to major league camp. The 31-year-old was an All-Star with the Braves in 2015, when he pitched 205 ¹/₃ innings, but has struggled since. The Yankees signed right-hander Shelby Miller on Sunday.Getty Images Most recently, the first-round pick of the Cardinals in 2009 split last season between Triple-A and the majors with the Cubs and Pirates. He had a 9.24 ERA in 12 ²/₃ innings with Chicago and Pittsburgh. “He’s had success in this league,’’ Aaron Boone said. “He had early success in his career as a starter and we hope we can unlock some things to provide us with some upside and get to the potential he’s had all along.” Boone said it’s undetermined whether Miller will work as a starter or out of the bullpen.
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Yankees sign one-time All-Star righty Shelby Miller to minors deal

The Yankees have signed right-hander Shelby Miller, as per a team press release. Miller has been invited to the Yankees’ big league spring camp. Still only 31 years old, Miller is best known for his time with the Cardinals and Braves, when he posted a 3.22 ERA over 575 1/3 innings from 2012-15. With a third-place finish in NL Rookie Of The Year voting and an All-Star appearance in 2015, Miller looked like one of baseball’s burgeoning young pitching stars, but he simply was never the same after being dealt to the Diamondbacks in a now-infamous trade for Arizona fans.
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