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Revolution sign RHP Trevor Miller

Trevor Miller Jackson

The Revolution has added right-hander Trevor Miller, who began this season in the Seattle Mariners organization at Double-A Jackson in the Southern League.  Miller, who notched two saves during 26 relief appearances to begin this year, made his Triple-A debut with Tacoma last season, appearing in two games.  While a reliever as of late, 70 of his 125 career appearances upon joining York have been starts.

Drafted by the Mariners in 2011, Miller made a career-high 26 starts between A-Advanced High Desert and Double-A Jackson in 2013, and 13 of his 31 appearances a season ago for Jackson were also starts.  Last season he posted a 3.81 ERA in Double-A, notching a solid 87 strikeouts in 111 innings pitched.  Miller’s best season as a professional came in 2012, when he posted a 3.24 ERA in 27 appearances and 22 starts between Clinton and High Desert in 150.1 innings.  He struck out 113 in that time, walking just 24.

Miller is in this fifth professional season despite being just 24, after spending two years at San Joaquin Delta College in California before joining the Seattle organization.

-Paul Braverman


2 responses

  1. Keith D.

    Paul, the roster moves just do not stop this year. You need to change your title to Director of Constant Communication. All this must be driving Darrell Henry loopy. On the positive, I think James Simmons is a really good pickup.

    July 10, 2015 at 2:49 pm

  2. Darrell Henry was already loopy, so I’m not sure there’s an amount of roster moves that would make him noticeably more so. Baseball communications is the opposite of Hotel California…you can leave, but you can never check out.

    July 10, 2015 at 3:29 pm

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