Full Name ADAM WAYNE MILLER...Married, Ann...Resides in McKinney, TX...Graduated from McKinney (TX) High School in 2003 where he went 10-2 w/a 0.56 ERA and 4 saves in 16 games (75.0IP, 48H, 8ER, 16BB, 117K)...Was named 1st team high school all-America by Baseball America and 2nd team by USA Today...Committed to attend the University of Arizona out of high school prior to signing with Cleveland.2011Combined to make 31 relief appearances with Single-A Kinston and Double-A Akron, going 1-5 with a 5.93 ERA (44.0IP, 29ER) in his first action since May 2008.2010Missed the entire season rehabbing from finger surgeries.2009Missed the entire season due to a right middle finger injury...underwent reconstructive surgery to the right middle finger on 4/28...underwent the second of two planned surgeries on his right middle finger to reconstruct the flexor tendon
in the digit 8/4.2008Season was limited to just 6 regular-season starts for Buffalo with more finger issues that eventually required season-ending surgery but boasted his prospects for a healthy return in 2009 after successful fall instructional league and winter ball tenures...Season started on April 23 after blister problems on his right long finger (middle) pushed the start of his seasons back...Was 0-1 w/a 1.88 ERA in 6 starts (28.2IP, 26H, 6ER, 12BB, 20K, .239AVG) and did not allowed
an ER of his first 2 starts (9.0IP)...Over his last 3 starts before his shutdown his ERA was 1.13 (16.0IP, 7H, 2ER, 10K)...Lefties hit just .212 (14-68) off him as he did not allow a HR all season (28.2IP)...Shutdown after his start of May 20 with soreness and an open sore on his right long finger (middle) as a result of over callusing...Had surgery on the finger in Baltimore, MD by Dr. Tom Graham on May 27 to repair and secure the pulley system and tendon in the right long finger (middle) that ended his minor league campaign...Had a successful stint in the fall instructional league in Goodyear, AZ and made 8 appearances/5 starts for Aguilas in the Dominican Winter League beginning on October 16 (29.0IP, 28H, 14ER, 6BB, 27K, .246AVG, 2.84ERA relief ERA, 6.1IP, 6H, 2R/ER, 7K)...Will pitch out of the bullpen to begin the 2009 season...Named the 4th-best prospect in organization by Baseball America entering 2009 and the 41st overall prospect in baseball
by MLB.com.2007Appeared in 19 games (11 starts), going 5-4 with a 4.82 ERA (65.1IP, 35ER) and 157K... had season cut short due to a ligament strain in his right middle finger.2006Had a breakout season at AA Akron, going 15-6 with a 2.75ERA in 26 games/24 starts (153.2IP, 129H, 56R/47ER, 43BB, 157K) as the 21-year old was named the Eastern League Pitcher of the Year & the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the year...He was also an Eastern League mid and post-season All-Star selection and was named to the XM Radio All-Star Futures Game...Is just the 2nd pitcher since the award's inception in 1990 to win multiple Bob Feller Awards (Danny Graves 1995-96)...Baseball America's #1 Indians Prospect for 2007...Adam led the EL in wins (15), was 2nd in ERA (2.74) and 3rd in strikeouts (157)...He limited Double A hitters to a .226 (129-570, 9HR) average against and struck out 11 batters in 3 consecutive starts from July 28-August
10...Over his last 10 starts for Akron from July 1st on he was 8-1 w/a 0.97 ERA (64.2IP, 45H, 7ER, 70K)...Won 6 straight decisions from July 1-August 10...Miller made a spot start in Buffalo (4.2IP, 4H, 3ER) on August 21...Went 1-1 w/a 4.85 ERA in 2 post-season starts for the Aeros (13.0IP, 14H, 7ER, 14K)...Lefties hit .198 (51-258) off him (7HR) and RHH hit .250 (78-312)
with 2HR...Limited hitters to a .161 (22-137) mark with RISP and .143 (9-63) mark with RISP-2outs...Batters hit .222 (53-239) with runners on base.2005Adam was limited to 15 starts due to a right elbow injury he suffered in spring training...Season began on 6/21 at Mahoning Valley and was promoted to A Kinston on 7/6 where he spent the remainder of the season...Batters at Kinston hit .318 (76-239) off him and had 2 outs where he yielded 11 hits...Participated in the
FIL and then pitched in the Arizona Fall League for Mesa (1-1, 5.68ERA, 6GS)...In his last outing in Arizona he allowed 1 hit and 0 runs in 5.0IP...Entered the 2006 season ranked as the top prospect in the Indians organization by Baseball America.2004Ranked by Baseball America as the best prospect in the Indians organization following the season...also
ranked by Baseball America as the best pitching prospect in the South Atlantic League.2003Went 0-4 with a 4.96 ERA (32.2IP, 18ER) with short-season Single-A Burlington in his first pro action...ranked as the ninth-best prospect in the Indians organization by Baseball America.