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Sunday, April 3, 2016

FANTASY BASEBALL STOCK WATCH: ANDREW MILLER SURVIVES FIRST OUTING SINCE BREAKING WRIST

After vowing to pitch through a broken bone in his right non-throwing wrist, New York Yankees closer Andrew Miller elicited somewhat of a sigh of relief among his fantasy baseball owners by tossing 2/3 scoreless innings in his final spring outing.  Miller gave up no hits, one walk, and struck out a batter while pronouncing himself fine afterwards.  As a result, Miller will continue to get the green light in terms of finishing games until May 9th when Aroldis Chapman returns from his suspension.  While it is a bit disconcerting Miller is pitching with the break, the fact the Yankees cleared him to do so which was backed up by the doctors means he should be fine.  As a result this is a big boost to those who own stock in Miller as he could collect around 10 saves while closing games for Chapman.  Those who own Dellin Betances though were not so lucky. 

 

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