Thursday, October 15, 2015


Hey, I just needed an excuse to use that photo above.   There you have it.

The New York Post has a nice little nugget about Andrew Miller and the 2015 season.  According to the Post, "Andrew Miller left The Bronx on Wednesday with two regrets.

'I thought we had a chance to win it all and we didn’t get it done,' Miller said outside Yankee Stadium. The other regret was that he was forced to go on the disabled list in June with a strained muscle in his left forearm.

'I pitched pretty well when I was out there, but I wish I hadn’t missed a month,' Miller said. 'My job is to be ready to go for every game and I wasn’t able to do that.'

His first season with the Yankees — and as a closer — was successful, with 36 saves after coming into 2015 with one career save."

Miller did good for us this season and he's probably being alittle too hard on himself.  Whatever the case, I appreciate a player like that.  I'm looking forward to a bigger year with Miller in 2016.

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