Bobby Miller

Bobby Miller

Height/Weight: 6' 5"/220 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Elk Grove Village, Illinois
College: Louisville
Draft: 2020 1st round (29th pick) by the
  • Daily News

    Bobby Miller will give Dodgers a 6-man rotation 'for this moment in time'

    LOS ANGELES — Bobby Miller will make his return to the Dodgers' starting rotation on Wednesday in Colorado – and make it a six-man rotation. Even as they've remained committed to giving their starters (particularly Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Tyler Glasnow and James Paxton) extra time off between starts, the Dodgers have resisted going with a six-man rotation, preferring to use spot starts, the occasional “bullpen games” and off days on the schedule to augment their starters' down time. But Dodgers manager Dave Roberts acknowledged that it will be a six-man rotation “for this moment in time” this week. No one will be removed from the rotation to make room for Miller this week. “No, I don't think that

  • Dodger Blue

    Dodgers Injury Updates: Bobby Miller Possibly Returning, Clayton Kershaw Moving Toward Rehab Assignment

    The Los Angeles Dodgers had a busy night on Friday with their 2-1 victory in extras against the New York Yankees, but elsewhere in the organization, they had a couple of starters continue their rehabilitation process. The most exciting news to come out of the day was Bobby Miller's third rehab start with Triple-A Oklahoma City in which he pitched into the fifth inning and alleviated the concerns about his fastball velocity from his previous start. In total, Miller threw 85 pitches, gave up four hits and one earned run. Clayton Kershaw was with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, completing his second simulated game.

  • NBC Sports

    Taking Stock: Eric Samulski's lessons from his early season performance

    Eric Samulski looks at the early performance of his fantasy baseball teams to see what went right and wrong.