New York Mets Place Pitcher On Waivers Just Days After Acquiring Him

Tyson Miller, a right-handed pitcher, has experienced a whirlwind of changes in recent times.

His journey included stints with the Texas Rangers and Milwaukee Brewers, followed by a trade to the Los Angeles Dodgers, and more recently, a claim by the New York Mets.

Despite limited appearances in the major leagues this year, he has demonstrated promise, boasting a 3.30 ERA, a solid 26.8% strikeout rate, and an 8.7% walk rate over 30 Triple-A innings.

Interestingly, Miller's final option year is currently in play.

The Mets' decision to designate him for assignment hints at potential shifts in their long-term plans. While his performance metrics suggest potential, the choice suggests that the organization might be considering other roster configurations and future prospects.

If Miller manages to clear waivers, he could venture into free agency, introducing a new layer of uncertainty to his evolving career.

For his minor-league career, the 28-year-old holds a 4.06 ERA, 1.28 WHIP, with 578 strikeouts across 594.2 innings and 156 appearances. Photo Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports