Andrew Miller
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Brian Cashman and the New York Yankees never officially offered one-time Bomber, Andrew Miller, a contract this offseason.

Robby Sabo

Despite much anticipation, the New York Yankees did not serve up an official offer to former free-agent relief pitcher Andrew Miller.

According to SNY’s Andy Martino, neither the Bombers nor the New York Mets made an offer.

“Turns out neither Mets nor Yankees made an offer to Andrew Miller. Both teams showed initial interest but ultimately durability concerns led them to back off. Yanks still likely to sign two relievers, Mets looking to trade for at least 1.”

Martino cites the reason as “durability concerns.”

Miller, 33, signed a two-year, $25 million contract with the St. Louis Cardinals last Friday.

New York Yankees

Of course, the funky-delivering lefty spent one and change seasons in the Bronx. From 2015 through the trade deadline of 2016, Miller was wondrous with the Yanks. He pitched to a 1.70 ERA while striking out 177 batters in a mere 107 innings.

He then went on to pitch wonderfully for the postseason prominent Cleveland Indians for another two-plus seasons.

For his career, Andrew Miller owns a 3.98 ERA while striking out 853 batters in 725.1 innings pitched. This, of course, accounts for his early rough times when he consistently struggled as a starting pitcher.

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