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After taking a brief look at the free-agent landscape over the winter, Wade Miley wound up re-signing with the Brewers on a one-year, $8.5 million contract with a $12 million mutual option for 2025. Having pitched for eight different organizations over parts of 13 major-league seasons, he's put down roots in Milwaukee and generally pitched better there than anywhere else. The veteran left-hander will likely go undrafted in most standard leagues this spring because he doesn't offer much upside in the strikeouts department, but Miley is sure to a popular streamer in favorable matchups as the 2024 campaign rolls along. He had a top-10 ERA (3.14) last year among the 102 big-league pitchers who logged more than 120 innings, and his 1.14 WHIP ranked 23rd-best among that group.

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2024 31.5 7.0 1 2 4 5.14 1.29
2023 288.512.5 120.3 9 4 79 38 3.14 1.14
2022 758.3 37.0 2 2 28 14 3.16 1.22
3y Avg. 246.512.3 106.7 8 4 77 34 3.29 1.25
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Hits IL with elbow swelling

    The Brewers placed Miley on the 15-day injured list Monday with left elbow inflammation. Miley got a late start to this season because of a shoulder problem, and he missed time last season with elbow and lat issues. The veteran left-hander has often shown an ability to bounce back quickly from arm-related injuries, but he indicated Monday that this is a different feeling than he's had in the past, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Miley will undergo imaging Tuesday, at which point more should be known regarding how much time he might miss. Tobias Myers was called up from Triple-A Nashville in a corresponding move and seems likely to start in Miley's place Tuesday in Pittsburgh.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Expects to make next start

    Miley said Friday that he expects to make his next scheduled start despite taking a comebacker off his left knee during his outing Tuesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Miley was hit by a 108-mph line drive during the first inning of Tuesday's loss and remained in the game for only two more innings. However, it seems the veteran southpaw was able to escape the incident without any serious concerns. He's surrendered four earned runs across seven innings this year while striking out two batters and walking four, and he's lined up to start again Tuesday versus the Pirates.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Endures abbreviated start

    Miley (0-1) took the loss Tuesday, allowing four runs (three earned) on four hits with two walks over three innings against San Diego. He struck out two. Miley was struck in the leg by a Manny Machado comebacker during the first inning and was met on the mound by the Brewers training staff twice following the incident. However, he remained in the game and finished out three full innings on 66 pitches. All four runs scored during Miley's outing came during the first frame, highlighted by a three-run home run of the bat of Ha-Seong Kim. While Miley is currently projected for a Monday start at Pittsburgh, fantasy managers should monitor his health in the coming days.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Solid over four frames

    MIley did not factor into the decision in Wednesday's win over the Reds, allowing one run on one hit and two walks over four innings. Miley was solid in his return from the 15-day-injured list (shoulder), allowing just one hit over his four innings of work while going 1-2-3 through Cincinnati's lineup in two of those frames. On the downside, the veteran lefty did issue two walks over that stretch while also hitting Jeimer Candelario with a pitch with two outs in the fourth. Miley will look to put together a cleaner outing next week when the Brewers host the Padres in Milwaukee.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Activated for Wednesday's start

    The Brewers reinstated Miley (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list ahead of his scheduled start Wednesday against the Reds in Cincinnati. Reliever Kevin Herget was optioned to Triple-A Nashville to clear room on the 26-man active roster for Miley, who is slated to make his season debut Wednesday. While he was on the mend from a left shoulder impingement, Miley made just one rehab start with Nashville, covering three innings and tossing 55 pitches last Friday. With that in mind, he likely won't be fully stretched out for a traditional starting role Wednesday, and that reality plus the matchup with the Reds at a hitter-friendly ballpark makes Miley tough to trust as a streaming option in his 2024 debut.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Covers three frames in rehab start

    Miley (shoulder) covered three innings in his rehab start Friday for Triple-A Nashville, striking out three while allowing one earned run on two hits and two walks. Though Miley tossed 55 pitches (30 strikes) in the rehab outing and isn't yet fully stretched out for a traditional starter's role, he's nonetheless expected to return from the 15-day injured list to make his next start for the Brewers, according to MLB.com. He tentatively lines up to take the hill Wednesday in Cincinnati as part of what's expected to be a six-man rotation while Milwaukee is in the midst of a stretch of 13 games in as many days.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Joining Nashville for rehab start

    Miley (shoulder) is scheduled to make a rehab start for Triple-A Nashville on Friday, MLB.com reports. Miley opened the season on the 15-day injured list due to a left shoulder impingement, but he looks on track to be ready to return shortly after he's first eligible for activation April 9. After his shoulder checked out fine Monday following a two-inning simulated game, the veteran lefty will test himself in an uncontrolled setting Friday, and he'll likely increase his innings and pitch counts as well. The Brewers will determine the next step for Miley following the rehab start, but if he fares well Friday, his next outing could come with Milwaukee during its four-game series in Cincinnati at the beginning of next week.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Rehab start on tap

    Miley (shoulder) is next expected to make a minor-league rehab start after throwing a two-inning simulated game Monday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. The veteran left-hander is on the injured list to begin the season due to a shoulder impingement, but he may not be sidelined long beyond the 15-day minimum. It remains to be seen if Miley will require an additional rehab start in the minors, per Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, but if not, he could join Milwaukee's rotation sometime next week.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Lands on IL

    The Brewers placed Miley on the 15-day injured list Thursday with a left shoulder impingement. Miley will be eligible to return from the IL on April 9 and appears to be trending toward a return at or around that date. According to MLB.com, Miley threw a three-inning simulated game at Citi Field on Wednesday without issue. The Brewers plan to have Miley either toss one more sim game or head out to a minor-league affiliate to make one or two rehab starts before he slots into the big-league rotation.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Slated for simulated game

    Miley (shoulder, groin) will throw a three-inning simulated game Wednesday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. If the sim game goes off without a hitch, Miley will then report to Triple-A Nashville, where he'll make a couple rehab starts. The veteran left-hander missed most of spring training with a shoulder injury and, more recently, a groin issue. He will begin the season on the 15-day injured list but would seem to have a shot to be activated when first eligible April 9.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Dealing with groin tightness

    Miley said he was scratched from Thursday's game against the Giants due to groin tightness, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Miley also noted that he was going to begin the year on the injured list anyway after dealing with shoulder problems all spring, so it wasn't worth pushing it Thursday with his new groin issue. Miley will instead throw a bullpen session Thursday and may pitch in a game over the weekend, but it seems the Brewers will be without the 37-year-old southpaw to start the new season. Miley's absence opens the door for Aaron Ashby, Joe Ross or Robert Gasser to begin 2024 in Milwaukee's rotation.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Scratched from spring start

    Miley (shoulder) was scratched from his scheduled Cactus League start Thursday against the Giants, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Miley was slated to make his Cactus League debut after dealing with shoulder soreness all spring, but Robert Gasser is now set to start Thursday, and Miley isn't on the list of pitchers scheduled to pitch for Milwaukee. It's unclear what happened to Miley that caused him to be scratched, but manager Pat Murphy will likely provide more details on Miley's status when he addresses the media ahead of Thursday's game.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Throwing simulated game

    Miley (shoulder) will throw a simulated game Wednesday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The left-hander got through a 30-pitch bullpen session Monday and will now progress to facing hitters. Miley hasn't made any Cactus League appearances because of left shoulder soreness but hasn't yet been ruled out for Opening Day.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Next step is facing hitters

    Miley (shoulder) threw a 30-pitch bullpen session with two "up-downs" Monday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The up-downs are used to best simulate a pitcher's rest in between innings. Miley came out of the session well and played catch Tuesday. He is slated to face hitters next, although when that might happen isn't clear. Miley doesn't have much runway before Opening Day, but the 37-year-old is not yet ruling it out.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Shoulder no longer an issue

    Miley threw a 25-pitch bullpen session Friday and said afterward that his left shoulder is no longer a concern, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. While the veteran southpaw no longer feels any discomfort in his shoulder, it remains a question as to whether he will have enough time to ramp up ahead of Opening Day. If Miley does ultimately need a stint on the injured list, it seems as though it will be a short one.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Throws off mound Tuesday

    Miley (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Tuesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Brewers manager Pat Murphy was pleased with how things went, saying afterward of Miley that "I wouldn't count him out for the first week." The veteran left-hander has been slowed this spring by shoulder soreness, with Murphy saying over the weekend that Miley had a 50-50 shot of being ready for Opening Day. It sounds like the 37-year-old is trending in the right direction, but he still has some work to do.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Dealing with shoulder soreness

    Brewers manager Pat Murphy said Saturday that Miley is dealing with shoulder soreness, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Murphy previously said Miley has a 50-50 chance at being ready by Opening Day, though the nature of Miley's injury had not been revealed at the time. Miley played catch Saturday without reporting any issues, but the Brewers will continue to build him up slowly given Miley's age and injury history. If the 37-year-old lefty is ready to go for the start of the season, he figures to follow Freddy Peralta as the second starter in the Brewers' rotation.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Could be ready for Opening Day

    Brewers manager Pat Murphy said Friday that Miley has a 50-50 chance of being ready for the start of the season, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Murphy declined to go into specifics about what Miley is dealing with, adding only that the team should have a better idea on his status in about 10 days. The 37-year-old has dealt with elbow and shoulder injuries each of the last two seasons, but it's not clear whether his current issue is related to his pitching arm. Miley was limited to 23 starts in 2023 but finished the season healthy. Losing the veteran left-hander would be a blow to a Brewers rotation that's already lacking depth.
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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Returns to Milwaukee

    Miley agreed Monday with the Brewers on a one-year, $7 million contract, Jesse Rogers of ESPN.com reports. Miley is guaranteed $8.5 million in the deal, and the contract includes a $12 million mutual option or $1.5 million buyout for 2025. The veteran southpaw is coming off a strong showing for Milwaukee in 2023, having collected a 3.14 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 79:38 K:BB over 120.1 innings. He turned 37 years old in November and can't be counted on to make every start, but Miley should offer the Brewers a high floor when healthy.
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  • Wade Miley: Lands on open market

    Miley declined his half of a $10 million mutual option with the Brewers on Friday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Miley could wind up returning to Milwaukee for the 2024 season, but the soon-to-be 37-year-old understandably wants to capitalize on what could be his final opportunity to score a multi-year payday. He pitched to a steady 3.14 ERA and 1.14 WHIP across 120.1 innings (23 starts) this year for the NL Central champions.
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