Indians' Andrew Miller: Notches 22nd hold Saturday
Miller retired the only Royal he faced Saturday to pick up his 22nd hold of the season.
The left-hander needed just two pitches to get Lorenzo Cain to line out to center and end Kansas City's seventh-inning rally. Miller has now pitched in two games since he returned from a knee injury that sidelined him for multiple weeks. He looked more polished Saturday than he did in his first outing, a good sign for fantasy owners who are counting on Miller to rack up a few fantasy-worthy stats before season's end.
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