Sad but true, but Miller's numbers before '04 were actually as good or better than Wood's. In my keeper leagues Miller would be a classic $1 end game pickup that you reserve after the first week and pick up a replacement pitcher for. Then you hope he's healthy by the end of the season and looks good for '07. However, since he didn't sign for more than one year and my leagues are NL only, I don't think I would bother taking a chance on him.
I'm surprised the Cubs didn't give him a Williamson or Dempster contract so they could benefit in the 2nd year of the deal.
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