Los Angeles Dodgers Claim Pitcher Off Waivers For 2nd Time This Month

Tyson Miller, a promising right-handed pitcher, has embarked on a whirlwind journey through various MLB teams in recent times.

He initially transitioned from the Texas Rangers to the Milwaukee Brewers, to the Los Angeles Dodgers, to the New York Mets, and now back to the Dodgers.

The New York Mets subsequently acquired him from the Dodgers, adding another chapter to his evolving career and, now, yet again, the Dodgers have claimed him off waivers from the Mets.

Amid his limited appearances in the major leagues this season, Miller's Triple-A performance stands out, featuring a decent 3.30 ERA, a solid 26.8% strikeout rate, and an 8.7% walk rate over 30 innings.

With a minor-league track record boasting a 4.06 ERA, a 1.28 WHIP, and 578 strikeouts across 594.2 innings, and 156 appearances, his journey in the world of baseball has taken yet another turn as he joins the Dodgers, notorious for bringing out the best in seemingly washed-up pitchers. Photo Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports