Jim Miller

Jim Miller

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/200 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Randolph, New Jersey
College: Louisiana - Monroe
Draft: 2005 8th round by the
  • New York Post

    The latest update on injured Yankees as season nears

    More On: new york yankees Inside dinner that changed everything for Anthony Volpe Aaron Judge sees a message sent by Anthony Volpe's rise: 'Excites you' Yankees' Opening Day roster in flux after three players demoted Aaron Judge has big shoes to fill as past Yankees captains offer advice WASHINGTON — When the Yankees ended their stay in Tampa on Monday to fly north for the regular season, a handful of their injured players stayed behind to continue rehabilitation from injuries. The Yankees took their hits this spring, with five expected members of the Opening Day roster will start the season on the injured list after sustaining injuries, and one more after undergoing surgery. Here's a rundown

  • New York City News

    With Aaron Judge still on their side, Yankees host Giants

    For a few weeks during the offseason, an awkward possibility existed of Aaron Judge wearing the uniform of the San Francisco Giants and lining up along the visiting baseline while getting introduced to fans at Yankee Stadium. Instead, Judge re-signed with the New York Yankees, and the slugger will be officially introduced as the 16th captain in team history Thursday afternoon in New York's home opener against the Giants. After hitting 62 homers to break Roger Maris' single-season American League home run record, Judge spent a little over a month in free agency and the Giants were among the teams vying for his services.

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    Team's in AL East Set for Competitive Season - ESPN 98.1 FM

    As Spring Training comes to an end and Opening Day approaches on Thursday, the AL East is headlined by stars and has the potential to be the strongest division in the MLB. Last season, the New York Yankees finished atop the division with a 99-63 record. The Toronto Blue Jays (92-70) came in second, while the Tampa Bay Rays (86-76), Baltimore Orioles (83-79) and Boston Red Sox (78-84) followed. The division featured three teams in the 2022 postseason (Yankees, Blue Jays and Rays) which tied the NL East for the most playoff teams from a division.