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Yankees sign Brad Miller to minor league deal

With 13 players currently on the injured list, the New York Yankees decided they needed reinforcements.

The team announced on Monday afternoon they signed veteran INF Brad Miller to a minor league deal.

Miller was designated for assignment by the Cleveland Indians on April 14th to make room for injured second baseman Jason Kipnis. Miller elected free agency in lieu of a minor league assignment.

In 13 games with the Indians, Miller hit .250/.325/.417 with one homer and four RBI. Miller previously played with the Tampa Bay Rays, Milwaukee Brewers, and the Seattle Mariners during his seven-year career.

The Yankees view Miller as a utility player who can play all over the diamond. WithΒ Aaron Judge, Aaron Hicks, Troy Tulowitzki, Miguel Andujar, Giancarlo Stanton, and Greg Bird out of commission, the Yankees view Miller as a reliable asset–should he make the 25-man roster.

 

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