Los Angeles Dodgers Acquire Right-Handed Pitcher From Brewers

The Los Angeles Dodgers have made a recent acquisition, reportedly adding right-handed pitcher Tyson Miller to their roster in a trade with the Milwaukee Brewers.

The Brewers designated Miller for assignment, prompting the Dodgers to seize the opportunity.

In exchange for cash considerations, the Dodgers secured the services of the 28-year-old Miller, who has predominantly played in Triple-A with limited experience at the major league level.

The Dodgers view Miller as a valuable depth option for their pitching staff. Additionally, this move allows the team to create a vacancy on their 40-man roster by transferring right-hander Daniel Hudson to the 60-day injured list due to an MCL sprain.

Over his three-year career in the majors, Miller holds an ugly 7.92 ERA, 1,64 WHIP, with 15 strikeouts across 25 innings of work.

For his minor-league career, however, he has compiled a 4.04 ERA, 1.28 WHIP, with 71 strikeouts across 589.2 innings of work.

As of now, Miller is expected to join the Triple-A Oklahoma City team while providing the Dodgers with additional pitching options for the future.