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Erik Miller  8/23/1987OF
Erik Miller  4/9/1990P
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  • I Alone Can Make Felix Hernandez Great Again
    in Community by Brett Miller - 2/26/2017 -  1
    Valenzuela-esque twist to his windup. Hernandez himself said that he had picked it up from watching teammate Erik Bedard. It should be noted that Hernandez made the jump from “promising young pitcher

  • James Paxton Is Going to Win the 2017 AL Cy Young
    in Community by Brett Miller - 2/24/2017 -  4
    award winner. See you at the award ceremony — or the loony bin. Brett Miller does the agate page for the print edition of the Seattle Times. He is also a proud Washington State University alum

  • Pitch Movement Benchmarks
    in Community by Brendan Miller - 7/19/2014 -  5

  • Guillermo Heredia, Starting Center Fielder
    in Community by Brett Miller - 9/1/2017 -  0

  • The Battle of the 240-Million-Dollar Men
    in Community by Brett Miller - 9/28/2017 -  0

  • The Cardinals Weak Spot?
    in FanGraphs by Erik Manning - 2/25/2010 -  20
    xFIP Trever Miller – 2.06 ERA, 3.45 xFIP Blake Hawksworth – 2.03 ERA, 4.59 xFIP Their best reliever looks to be a 37-year-old LOOGY, Trever Miller. Yeesh. Ryan Franklin was greatly benefited

  • Injury Update: Nick Markakis
    in RotoGraphs by Erik Hahmann - 1/10/2012 -  7
    . If he’s not healthy the Orioles would likely turn to veteran Endy Chavez who hit .301 in 83 games with the Rangers last season. Another candidate is Jai Miller, who is with his fourth organization

  • Promoted: Mike Trout
    in RotoGraphs by Erik Hahmann - 7/8/2011 -  12
    . Trout was treating Double-A like his personal playground, hitting .330/.422/.544 with 9 HR and 28 SB in 336 PA. Sam Miller of the Orange County Register points out that Trout is one of only

  • Wolf Signs with Milwaukee
    in FanGraphs by Erik Manning - 12/9/2009 -  18
    new digs are less than friendly than what they were at Chavez Ravine. Dodger Stadium has a four-year HR/FB park factor of 95. Miller Park's is 106. Wolf could get away with some of his fly-balling ways

  • September Call-Ups: American League Bats
    in RotoGraphs by Erik Hahmann - 9/7/2012 -  7
    with Profar this season. Since no impact arms, like a Shelby Miller, are being called up in the AL we’ll stick to looking at some notable hitters for these final ~25 games. Jurickson Profar As one

  • Andrew Miller Is the Perfect Relief Pitcher
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 10/17/2016 -  47
    games against any good team is a massive challenge. And the idea of winning four straight against Andrew Miller's team seems downright impossible, because right now, Andrew Miller is basically

  • Erik Bedard's Torn Labrum
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 8/14/2009 -  30
    Bill Bavasi, the gift that keeps on giving. I will spare you the second line to that reference. Today, it shines through truer than yesterday as the exploratory surgery on Erik Bedard's shoulder

  • Erik Bedard's Labrum
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 9/18/2008 -  5
    Well, that's that. With the news now official that Erik Bedard has a tear in his labrum the book on his 2008 and perhaps even his Mariner career is closed. The result of a protracted three month

  • Erik Bedard Walks the Plank
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/28/2012 -  32
    Erik Bedard is exactly the sort of pitcher a team signs to a one-year contract, and last December, the Pirates signed Bedard to a one-year contract worth $4.5 million. At the time, I'm guessing

  • Erik Kratz, the All-Star
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 7/16/2009 -  9
    Erik Kratz is not a household name. Even if you follow Minor League Baseball on a regular basis you've probably never heard of him. He's never been at the top of the prospect lists for either

  • Gamble on Erik Bedard
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/13/2011 -  2
    that a pseudonym for "Expensive Ronny Cedeno?" The Erik Bedard signing seems fit for ridicule, too. Looks like Charlie Morton will have a rehab buddy. But that last one's not really fair. Pittsburgh

  • Erik Bedard's Future in Seattle... or?
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 12/22/2008 -  12
    with Erik Bedard's future might or might not be. It is a fascinating case study for what was perhaps the best pitcher in the American League in 2007. For the purposes of brevity, I am going to assume

  • Erik Bedard is Back
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 10/31/2011 -  3
    You can definitely call it a comeback. After three extremely injury-riddled seasons, Erik Bedard finally stayed relatively healthy in 2011. While he only threw 129.1 innings, Bedard managed to start

  • Will Erik Johnson Be Relevant?
    in RotoGraphs by Ben Duronio - 3/25/2014 -  8
    He throws all four pitches, has solid velocity, a big solid frame, will begin the season in the White Sox rotation, and is a top 100 prospect. With all of that said, will Erik Johnson be worth

  • Blinking Bourjos (with Erik Manning)
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 8/4/2010 -  3
    This past March, consummate Midwesterner (and contributor to like seven different websites) Erik Manning celebrated prospect Peter Bourjos via both the written and spoken word. By his own

  • Bradding Miller
    in RotoGraphs by Brett Talley - 6/22/2015 -  17
    Too big of a reach on the title? As I tend to do on Sundays when considering a topic for my Monday post on shortstops, I was perusing the leaderboards and settled on Brad Miller as today's topic

  • Miller's Tale
    in RotoGraphs by The Birchwood Brothers - 6/17/2015 -  11
    Spoiler Alert: We’re going to tell you two sentences from now where we come down on the subject of Brad Miller, enigmatic Mariner. Jump to the next paragraph if you don’t want to know until the end

  • Erik Hahmann Is Covering Hell Out Of Winter Meetings
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 12/6/2010 -  2
    There's no official contest for best coverage of basball's Winter Meetings, but if there were Erik Hahmann of DRaysBay would currently be winning it. Regard, Exhibit One: Exhibit Two

  • Ron Roenicke and Erik Bennett on Pitching Coordinators
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 12/1/2016 -  0
    to optimize his chances of making it to the big leagues. Ron Roenicke isn’t a pitching coordinator. Nor is Erik Bennett. But both have up-close familiarity with what the position entails. Roenicke