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Marlins agreed to terms with RHP Justin Miller on a one-year, $750,000 contract.

 

And they call the Marlins cheap. Miller, who spent 2006 in Japan, quietly had a nice season for the Marlins after being called up in mid-May, finishing with a 3.65 ERA and a 74/24 K/BB in 61 2/3 innings. He'll be back in a sixth- and seventh-inning role next year.

 

Per Rotoworld.

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Does this mean he's guaranteed a bullpen spot?

 

I mean, if Owens has anywhere near a decent spring its going to look like

Gregg

Owens

Kensing

Gardner

Pinto

Tankersley

Lindstrom

 

Wheres Miller? I don't want to see Kensing or Pinto in AAA opening day.

Owens wont be ready until atleast the allstar break.

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Does this mean he's guaranteed a bullpen spot?

 

I mean, if Owens has anywhere near a decent spring its going to look like

Gregg

Owens

Kensing

Gardner

Pinto

Tankersley

Lindstrom

 

Wheres Miller? I don't want to see Kensing or Pinto in AAA opening day.

 

I guess swap out Gardner.

You mean the sub 2.00 ERA Gardner, the best reliever last season?

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Does this mean he's guaranteed a bullpen spot?

 

I mean, if Owens has anywhere near a decent spring its going to look like

Gregg

Owens

Kensing

Gardner

Pinto

Tankersley

Lindstrom

 

Wheres Miller? I don't want to see Kensing or Pinto in AAA opening day.

Owens wont be ready until atleast the allstar break.

I guess you answered it, do you have a link to anything concerning his injury? Shoulder correct?

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Does this mean he's guaranteed a bullpen spot?

 

I mean, if Owens has anywhere near a decent spring its going to look like

Gregg

Owens

Kensing

Gardner

Pinto

Tankersley

Lindstrom

 

Wheres Miller? I don't want to see Kensing or Pinto in AAA opening day.

 

I guess swap out Gardner.

You mean the sub 2.00 ERA Gardner, the best reliever last season?

 

Not knocking him. You asked the question. Pick someone else then. I'm just figuring that ultimately guys like Gardner and Miller might not be in the picture down the road with all the young arms we have. You'd have to take the "stuff" of all the other guys in the pen over Gardner I would think. Then again it's always nice to have a few "crafty vets" in the pen too, so who knows. Just a thought. I mean who else? It's gotta be from the Gardner/Miller/Kensing/Owens foursome, everyone else would be a lock IMO.

 

 

*ah, nm, if Owens isn't back til the break it's moot.

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Does this mean he's guaranteed a bullpen spot?

 

I mean, if Owens has anywhere near a decent spring its going to look like

Gregg

Owens

Kensing

Gardner

Pinto

Tankersley

Lindstrom

 

Wheres Miller? I don't want to see Kensing or Pinto in AAA opening day.

 

I guess swap out Gardner.

You mean the sub 2.00 ERA Gardner, the best reliever last season?

 

Not knocking him. You asked the question. Pick someone else then. I'm just figuring that ultimately guys like Gardner and Miller might not be in the picture down the road with all the young arms we have. You'd have to take the "stuff" of all the other guys in the pen over Gardner I would think. Then again it's always nice to have a few "crafty vets" in the pen too, so who knows. Just a thought. I mean who else? It's gotta be from the Gardner/Miller/Kensing/Owens foursome, everyone else would be a lock IMO.

 

 

*ah, nm, if Owens isn't back til the break it's moot.

 

Contracts like Miller's are always guaranteed, they did not sign him to be sent to the minors.

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why does girardi have anything to do with mitre. girardi left the cubs after 2002 at that time mitre was still pitching in A-ball. dont expect mitre to be out of the rotation until he is traded. he pitches much better starting over relieving and hes putting it together.

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