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3 years agoRelief pitcher Andrew Miller lost quite a bit of his fantasy value in 2016 following his trade from the Yankees to the Indians and 2017 isn't likely to restore his closer status. Setting up for closer Cody Allen, he went 4-0 with 1.55 ERA 14.3 K/9 and three saves in 29 innings. All told, he finished the season 10-1 with a 1.45 ERA, 14.9 K/9 and 12 saves in 74.1 innings. For 2017, Miller will be in the setup man role all season barring injury, which keeps his fantasy value slightly suppressed in shallower leagues that overvalue saves. That said, take this into consideration: Miller won 10 games and struck out 123 batters with a 1.45 ERA in 74.1 innings in 2016, which is better than quite a lot of starting pitchers who pitched fuller seasons. He'll be one of the most valuable handcuffs in fantasy baseball, a sport not known for valuing handcuffs the way fantasy football does.--Tony
Source: MLB.com

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