Shelby Miller News Archive
Miller is not in danger of having his next start skipped or being removed from the rotation, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
Miller lasted just 3.2 innings in Sunday's start against the Rockies, allowing three runs on four hits and four walks. He struck out three as his record dropped to 0-3.
Miller (0-2) allowed five runs on five hits and four walks over five innings in a loss Tuesday against St. Louis. He struck out six.
Miller was forced to play left field in Sunday's 13-inning loss to the Pirates after the Diamondbacks ran out of position players, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
Miller will start Tuesday's game against the Cardinals, MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez reports.
The Diamondbacks have not ruled out skipping Miller's next turn in the rotation to give him extra time to work on mechanical issues that have plagued him this season, MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez reports. "As of right now, we are not planning on him skipping the start," manager Chip Hale said. "Can that change? It always can. If that's what [pitching coach Mike Butcher] and everybody thinks. But as of right now, he's feeling good. He's healthy. His arm is fine and his hand is fine, so he should be OK."
Miller walked five batters in just two innings Thursday against the Giants, though he allowed only one hit and limited the damage to two runs.
Miller (finger) will start Thursday's game against the Giants as previously scheduled.
Miller did not get a decision, allowing two runs on two hits and three walks while striking out one over 1.2 innings, and left the game with a lacerated right index finger Saturday at the Padres.
Miller was pulled from Saturday's game against the Padres because of a finger injury.