The last 40-man move: Dodgers release Greg Miller

They might re-sign him to a minor-league contract over the next couple of days if he willing to accept such a deal, so they haven’t officially given up on him. But they needed a roster spot, and it didn’t make much sense for a pitcher — even one who was once the organization’s top LHP prospect and a former supplemental first-round pick — to be taking up one of those spots when he is still battling the same control issues that have plagued him for the past four years and counting.

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  • Brooklyn Dodger

    I sure hope that he is willing to sign a minor league deal. It might be unrealistic to expect that he will somehow find his control again, but he’s still only 24. I suspect that some other team (probably a team not going anywhere, and willing to take a risk on Miller’s potential) will sign him.