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Trever Miller MLB Career Stats

18-17 4.18 522.2 434 1.45

Trever Miller Bio

  • Full Name: Trever Douglas Miller
  • Born: 5/29/1973 in Louisville, KY
  • Draft: 1991, Detroit Tigers, 1st rd. (41st overall)
  • High School: Trinity, Louisville, KY
  • Debut: September 4, 1996
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/24/2011
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MLB Career Stats 18 17 4.18 694 5 11 522.2 434 1.45


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MLBPAA Cardinals Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2010 St. Louis NL

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Season G Rank
2003 79 1st in AL
2006 70 25th in NL
2007 76 14th in NL
2008 68 16th in AL


Season HLD Rank
2003 16 13th in AL
2009 15 19th in NL

Trever Miller Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 26, 2012 Chicago Cubs released LHP Trever Miller.
January 30, 2012 Chicago Cubs signed free agent LHP Trever Miller to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 30, 2011 LHP Trever Miller elected free agency.
September 13, 2011 Boston Red Sox selected the contract of LHP Trever Miller from Pawtucket Red Sox.
August 30, 2011 Boston Red Sox signed free agent LHP Trever Miller to a minor league contract.
August 30, 2011 Trever Miller assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox.
August 21, 2011 Toronto Blue Jays released LHP Trever Miller.
August 16, 2011 Toronto Blue Jays designated LHP Trever Miller for assignment.
July 28, 2011 Toronto Blue Jays activated LHP Trever Miller.
July 27, 2011 St. Louis Cardinals traded CF Colby Rasmus, LHP Trever Miller, LHP Brian Tallet and RHP P.J. Walters to Toronto Blue Jays for RHP Edwin Jackson, Octavio Dotel, Marc Rzepczynski and Corey Patterson.

Trever Douglas Miller Bio Info

Trever has pitched in all or parts of 13 major league seasons with Detroit (1996), Houston (1998-99, 2006-07), Philadelphia (2000), the Dodgers (2000), Toronto (2003, 2011), Tampa Bay (2004-05, 2008), St. Louis (2009-11) and Boston (2011)...he signed a minor league deal with Chicago, January 27, 2012 and is an invitee to major league Spring Training...Is 18-17 with 11 saves and a 4.18 ERA (243 ER/523.1 IP) in 694 games pitched, all but five in relief...Has pitched at least 70 games in a season four times, including an A.L.-high 79 relief appearances with Toronto in 2003...His 589 relief appearances since the start of the 2003 campaign are the most among lefthanders...The Cubs are his 10th organization overall...he has pitched for eight major league clubs...Was a member of Tampa Bay's A.L. Championship squad in 2008...Attended Holy Trinity High School in Louisville, Ky....named the state's Mr. Baseball and Gatorade High School Player of the Year in 1991...Active in the local community, he and his wife, Pari, were named inaugural Parents of the Year in January of 2007 by the Kiwanis Club of Gulf Beaches in Madeira Beach...On the board of directors of both Easter Seals and the Miracle League of Florida...In February of 2008, he co-hosted a celebrity golf tournament at Feathersound with proceeds going towards a new baseball field for the Miracle League in Hillsborough County...Ran his first marathon in January of 2008, the Disney Marathon, in 4:27:27...has also run a triathlon, as well as half marathons. 2011 Trever began the year in St. Louis' bullpen, pitching in 39 games before he was traded to Toronto, July 27, in an eight-player deal...was released by the Blue Jays, August 21, and had a brief September appearance with the Red Sox...All told, posted a 3.80 ERA (9 ER/21.1 IP) in 48 relief appearances, recording a save...Left-handed hitters batted .276 (16-for-58) against him...Logged a 1.80 ERA (2 ER/10.0 IP) in 17 day games...Was 0-1 with a 4.02 ERA (7 ER/15.2 IP) and a save in 39 outings for St. Louis prior to the trade with Toronto...Earned the save, April 29 at Atlanta, retiring Nate McLouth to end the game. Was his first save since September 24, 2008, at Baltimore with Tampa Bay...Appeared in just six games for the Blue Jays, posting a 4.02 ERA (7 ER/15.2 IP)...walked 10 and punched out nine...Signed a minor league deal with Boston, August 30, and was selected, September 13...appeared in three games for the club. 2010 His 57 games pitched were his fewest games in a season since 2001 when he split time between starter (15) and reliever (2) roles in the minor leagues...Stranded 34 of 41 inherited runners ranking 6th in the NL with a 17.1 inherited runners scored pct...Ranked 2nd among Cardinals relievers with 15 Holds. Held LH batters to a .203 BA (15-74) with one home run (C. Utley)...Suffered only second loss since 2006 on 6/8 at LAD, allowing the lone run in the 1-0 loss...Worked a season high 2.0 IP on 7/28 at NYM, his most IP since 9/24/08 at BAL when he pitched 2.1 innigs while with TB...Opponents only recorded one hit in situations with runners in scoring position and 2 outs (1-14, .071). 2009 His .135 (13-96) opp. BA vs. lefthanded batters was 2nd only to Nationals' Tyler Clippard among all Major League pitchers (min. 90 opp. AB's)...Ranked T8th (with teammate Kyle McClellan) in the majors with 16.7 inherited runner pct., allowing just nine of 54 to score...Saw work in over 1/3 of the club's games, surpassing 60 games for the 7th-straight season and had 70 games for fourth time in his career...He worked less than one inning 45 times and logged a season-high 1.1 IP on five occasions...Allowed runs in just eight games, five of those being games in which he allowed a home run. His only HR allowed to LH batter was to Cubs' Kosuke Fukudome on 4/26 at Busch Stadium. 2008 Ten-year-veteran lefty pitched in 68 games for the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays, two shy of Dan Wheeler for the team lead. It marked his sixth straight season of 60-plus appearances. ... Was on the mound 9/20 vs. MIN when the Rays clinched their first-ever postseason berth. ... Allowed just 16.2 pct. of inherited runners to score (6-of-37), the 4th-lowest rate in the majors, trailing teammate J.P. Howell (11.4), TOR Jason Frasor (12.5) and BOS Jonathan Papelbon (13.3). He stranded his first 9 base runners of the season. ... Returned to the Rays in February as a free agent, beginning his second stint with the club ... Held left-handers to a .209 avg. (19-91) compared to a .294 avg. (20-68) by righties. ... Allowed just 2 home runs on the season: Milton Bradley, 6/7 at TEX, and Bobby Abreu, 9/13 [1] at NYY. Abreu's HR was Miller's first allowed to a lefty in more than a year (Ryan Klesko, 5/21/07 at SF). ... On 8/3 vs. DET recorded his first win and first decision since 9/30/06 at ATL, snapping a major-league-record streak of 121 straight apps without receiving a decision (since 1956; Baseball Reference). The streak spanned 72.2 innings from 4/6/07 to 7/27/08. The record was previously held by LHP Bobby Seay (116 apps between 2001-07 for TB, COL, DET). ... Made 19 appearances in which he faced just one batter, and retired the batter in 16 of 19 tries...46 of his 68 outings were less than 1.0 inning. ... On 8/14 at OAK, came on in the 9th to get the final out and picked up his first save since 7/2/07 vs. PHI while with Houston. ... Struck out a career-high 5 on 9/24 at BAL and worked a season-high 2.1 scoreless innings for his 2nd save. ... Appeared in six games during the postseason for TB...once in the Division Series, three games during the A.L. Championship Series and twice in the World Series vs. the Phillies. ... Went un-scored upon until his final game pitched in the playoffs, Game 4 of the World Series...came on in relief in the bottom of the 8th and allowed a 2-run HR to R. Howard before ending the inning with a groundout and flyout. 2007 Logged a 4.86 ERA (25 ER/46.1 IP) with one save and 46 strikeouts in 46.1 innings for the Houston Astros...his 76 apps. ranked 3rd among N.L. lefthanders and tied for 14th in the league was the 3rd-highest total by a Houston LHP all-time... had no wins or losses in 76 games pitched, setting the ML record for the most apps in a season without a decision...shattered the previous record of 48, set by Scott Aldred in 1998...allowed one run or fewer in 70 of his outings...allowed only 22.9 pct (11-of-48) of inherited runners to score, a figure that led the Astros and ranked 12th in the NL...opposing lefthanders hit just .209 (19-91) with 2-HR, 9-BB, 30-SO...did not allow a HR to a lefty after 5/21... righties hit .289 (26-90) with 4-HR, 14-BB, 16-SO...held opposing hitters to a .106 average (10-94) with two strikes, which ranked 4th in the NL and 8th in the majors...did not allow a run in 18 consecutive apps from 7/1-8/10, a span of 13.2 IP as opponents hit .128 in that span...earned his 8th career save 7/2 vs. PHI... tossed 9.2 shutout innings in the month of July over 12 apps... crafted a 3.04 ERA (8 ER/23.2 IP) after the All-Star break, compared to a 6.75 ERA (17 ER/22.2 IP) in the first half. 2006 Appeared in 70 games, finishing 2-3 with a career-best 3.02 ERA...70 games marked his most appearances since 2003 with Toronto (career-high 79)...also recorded one save...did not allow a run in 24 consecutive outings from Aug. 15-Sept. 29, a span of 14.1 innings...was his career-best scoreless innings streak..allowed six hits during the streak with two walks, 15 strikeouts and an opposing batting avg. of .122...streak was snapped after he allowed a solo home run (LaRoche) on Sept. 30 at ATL...previous career-best scoreless streak was 14.0 innings, from May 14-June 30, 2004... earned the win in that game, his second of the season...struck out the only hitter he faced (Duffy) in the bottom of the 15th on Sept. 27 at PIT, earning his first save of the season and his first since Sept. 29, 2004 for TB vs. BOS...ranked fifth in the NL and eighth in MLB among left-handed relievers with a 3.02 ERA...allowed only 17.5 percent of inherited runners to score, tying Pittsburgh's John Grabow for the lowest percentage in the NL...opponents hit only .225 against him in 2006...posted a 2.70 ERA (8ER/26.2) while limiting opposing hitters to a .183 average in 38 road games...recorded a 1.73 ERA (5ER/26IP) in 39 appearances after the All-Star Break against a 4.38 first-half ERA (12ER/24.2IP)...posted a 1.04 ERA in August (5ER/8.2IP), the fourth-lowest mark among NL lefties...owned an 0.82 ERA (1ER/11IP) in September, fourth-best among all NL relievers, with a .132 opponent batting average...opposing hitters hit only .063 against him with runners in scoring position, allowing only three hits in 48 at-bats...recorded his first win of the year on Aug. 4 at ARI, his first win since Sept. 21, 2005 vs. BOS for TB...did not allow a run in 33 of his final 36 outings since July 22 (1.13 ERA, 3ER/24IP)...held batters to a .188 average in 12 July appearances...suffered the loss on July 30 vs. ARI...posted a 2.08 ERA in June (2ER/8.2IP)...allowed a 10th-inning home run and suffered the loss on June 20 vs. MIN...did not allow a run while pitching all three games of a series at the Cubs from June 13-15...pitched 3.0 scoreless innings on May 27 at PIT, his longest outing since a 3.0-inning stint on May 21, 2004 for TB vs. CLE...activated from the 15-day DL on May 12...originally placed on the DL on April 18 with a slight sprain of his left elbow. 2005 Appeared in 61 games for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the second-highest total of his career (79 in 2003 for Toronto) and the second-highest on the club in 2005 (Danys Baez, 67)...appeared in 121 games as a Devil Ray - Doug Creek is the only lefthander to appear in more (140)...posted a 3.52 ERA on the road and a 4.64 ERA at home...allowed 41 percent of inherited runners to score...faced just one batter 12 times on the season...tossed a season-high 2.0 innings on three occasions (June 7 at CIN, July 27 vs. BOS, Aug. 29 at BOS)...did not allow a run in over his final eight outings after Sept. 7 (6.0 IP)...did not surrender a run over 10 July outings (9.2 IP, 3 H)...all four of his decisions came in a 12-outing stretch from Aug. 17-Sept. 21...allowed three home runs over an eight-outing stretch from Aug. 2-22...had surrendered only one on the season prior, and has allowed just four in his first 100 appearances as a Devil Ray...placed on the Disabled List from Jun 11-28 with a right hamstring strain - missed 16 games...made 28 appearances following the injury, posting a 4.10 ERA (12ER/ 261.IP), however seven of those runs came in two outings...minus those to appearances and he finished with a 1.80 ERA (5ER/25.0IP) over that stretch. 2004 Appeared in 60 games, the 2nd-highest total of his career (79 in 2003) and 2nd highest by a lefthander in club history behind Doug Creek's 66 in 2001...was also 2nd on the staff to Baez's 62...48 of his 60 appearances were 1.0 inning or less...12 times he faced just one batter...Lefties hit .214 (21-98),2-HR...righties hit .303 (27-89)...Was more successful away from Tropicana Field (1.69 ERA, .211 opp avg.) than at home (4.84, .304 opp avg.)...Earned his lone season save in his final appearance of the year, Sep 29 vs. Boston, working the final 1.2 innings...was his 6th career save...Made his Rays debut on March 31 at Tokyo Dome,working 0.1 in TB's 12-1 loss to NY - allowed 3 hits striking out 1...Had a 15-inning scoreless streak from May 18-June 30 over 18 appearances...was the 2nd longest streak on the staff behind Dewon Brazelton's 16.2...stretch lowered his ERA to a season-low 2.22...streak ended July 1 in a 14-0 loss vs.Toronto after allowing a pair of runs... Suffered two blown saves: April 25 at Chicago (entered up 5-4 in the 9th; faced 3 batters allowing a hit and 2 walks) and June 11 vs. Colorado (entered in the 7th with a 5-3 lead and immediately allowed a 2-run double to Todd Helton)...Final 8 outings (since Sep 7): 8.2-IP, 6-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 11-SO...The first two HRs that he allowed were grand slams - Erubiel Durazo May 1 vs. OAK and a pinch-hit slam by Shane Halter May 8 vs.ANA...homers came within a four-outing stretch...Pitched to a 2.25 ERA (20.0-IP, 5-ER) against the four AL playoff teams, including a 1.50 ERA against the Yankees and Red Sox (12-IP, 2-ER). 2003 Marked his first full season in the Majors since 1999...led the AL and set a Toronto record by a left-handed pitcher with a career-high 79 appearances...ranked fifth in the Majors behind Paul Quantrill (89), Oscar Villarreal (86), Ray King (80), and Tom Martin (80)...King and Martin are also southpaws...also recorded careers highs in saves (3), innings (52.2) and strikeouts (44)...ranked seventh in the AL in percentage of inherited runners stranded (77.4 percent, 48/62)...had more success away from Rogers Centre where he posted a 3.68 ERA in 32 47 games in Toronto went 2-2 with a 5.28 ERA...made Blue Jays debut on April 2 vs. the Yankees...June 27 vs. Montreal recorded his first win in the Majors since Sept. 24, 1999 (1.0IP)...July 18 at BOS picked his first Major League save since June 14, 1999...on the season was 3x4 in save opportunities...prior to the All-Star break posted a 5.01 ERA in 51 games...following the break recorded a 3.98 ERA in 28 games with four saves...retired 55 of the 79 first batters faced (70 percent)...from June 12-Aug. 5 retired 25 of the first 26 batters faced, which included a stretch of 17 consecutive from July 2-Aug. 5...held opponents to a .231 batting average including a .213 mark after the break...left-handed hitters batted .226, while right-handed hitters batted June and July combined to hold the opponents to a .173 average...six of the seven home runs allowed came from left-handed batters. 2002 Spent the season with Triple A Louisville in the International League and was 9-5 with a 3.18 ERA...worked in a then-career high 65 games... struck out 80 in 82.0 innings...won his only start of the season on April 19 vs. Charlotte (5.0IP, 1ER)...worked a season high 5.0 relief innings (1ER) and struck out a season high eight batters on April 28 vs. Buffalo. 2001 Pitched in the Boston Red Sox organization... worked in three games, two starts, with Class A Sarasota of the Florida State League...was 0-0 with a 2.25 ERA...pitched in 33 games, 15 starts, with Triple A Pawtucket of the International League...was 3-11 with a 5.20 ERA 2000 Acquired by the Philadelphia Phillies on March 29, 2000 in exchange for Yorkis Perez...with Philadelphia pitched in 14 games and did not record a decision, while posting an 8.36 ERA...claimed by the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 19... pitched in two games for the Dodgers posting a 23.14 ERA (2.1IP)... spent most of the season with the Dodgers Triple A affi liate in Albuquerque of the Pacific Coast League and was 4-2 with a 3.41 ERA in 12 games, making nine starts. 1999 Appeared in 47 games for Houston and was 3-2 with a 5.07 ERA with one save...recorded his only save of the season on June 14 vs. Atlanta. 1998 Spent the entire season with Houston and was 2-0 with a 3.04 ERA in 37 games, making one start...picked up first Major League win on April 1 vs. San Francisco...recorded first professional save on April 26 at Montreal, working 3.0 innings in a 15-0 Astros win...did not allow a run in 10 consecutive appearances from June 18-July 25 (14.0IP)...placed on the Disabled List from Aug. 23-Sept. 6 with a strained patella in his right knee...made his first career start on Sept. 15 vs. the New York Mets in game two of doubleheader (ND). 1997 Spent the season with Triple-A New Orleans of the American Association...tossed two complete games and ranked sixth in the league in ERA (3.30) and third in starts (27). 1996 Made his Major League debut on Sept. 9 for Detroit at the Chicago White Sox and suffered the loss in relief...pitched most of the season at Triple-A Toledo of the International League...tied for second in the IL with 13 wins, ranked third with 165.1 innings pitched and fifth with 115 strikeouts...won 11 of his last 14 decisions...traded to the Houston Astros along with C Brad Ausmus, P Jose Lima, P CJ Nitkowski and OF Daryle Ward in exchange for P Doug Brocail, OF Brian Hunter, P Todd Jones, P Orlando Miller and a player to be named later or cash considerations, on Dec. 10. 1995 Posted a career-best 2.73 ERA in 31 games (16 starts) at Double-A Jacksonville...ranked third in the Southern League in ERA...allowed 34 walks in 122.1 innings of work. 1994 Recorded a career high with six complete games at Double-A Trenton of the Eastern League...tied for the club lead with 26 starts. 1993 Pitched the entire season at Class-A Fayetteville of the South Atlantic League where he went 8-13 with a 4.19 ERA... led the club in starts with 28 and innings pitched with 161.0. 1992 Made 12 starts for Class-A Bristol. 1991 Opened his professional career at Bristol.