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SEA Bryce Miller
Seattle Mariners
2024 Projected Value: $10
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
Year W L Sv Hold IP H BB SO ER ERA WHIP Rate
2024 proj 9 8 0 0 157.0 148 30 141 69 3.96 1.134 35.0
2023 8 7 0 0 131.3 124 26 119 63 4.32 1.142 26.3

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2/20/24 Bryce Miller: 'Mea Culpa Padres' hit reset button after buzz of 2023 spring faded.

Manager Mike Shildt, who said excitement of last season was unlike anything he'd seen in baseball, vows to focus on basics this spring

2/16/24 Mariners' Bryce Miller ready for adjustments to pay off in Year 2. The Seattle Mariners had not one, but two rookies in their starting rotation last year in Bryce Miller and Bryan Woo. Drayer's Preview: Has Seattle Mariners' lineup improved enough for 2024? In 25 starts, Miller posted a 4.32 ERA with 119 strikeouts in 131 1/3 innings along with an 8-7 record. Miller was also someone who was a rumored trade candidate all offseason as the Mariners have a lot of young pitching but needed lineup help.
2/07/24 Seattle Mariners' Bryce Miller armed with new look to get lefties out. What there wasn't with Seattle Mariners right-hander Bryce Miller, or at least didn't appear to be, was frustration. What you did see from Miller in his postgame media sessions following rocky starts were long and insightful breakdowns. Did Seattle Mariners get MLB's next breakout reliever in Gregory Santos? An offseason was needed, and by all indications, Bryce Miller has made the most of his.
1/20/24 Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/20/24: Josh Hader, Robert Stephenson, and Matt Carpenter. Good morning everyone! It's the weekend, and we've got some baseball news to catch up on. To wit! In Mariners news... Bryce Miller has been the one capturing all of the hype this winter, but let's not forget how exciting Bryan Woo is. Bryan Woo's four-seamer had a 16% SwStr rate last year with one of the flattest Adj. VAAs in the league (read: best for whiffs) . Imagine if he started locating it more upstairs in 2024... — Nick Pollack (@PitcherList) January 19, 2024 With Sports Illustrated laying off a ton of staff and seemingly reaching the end of an era, let's Remember Some Magazine Covers. — Vintage Mariners (@MarinersVintage) January 20,
1/09/24 Bryce Miller: Mark Sweeney plots next step in broadcast career after parting ways with Padres.

Former Padres player expected diminished role in uncertain broadcasting climate, but was caught off guard by club's decision


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