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2023 176.52 29 5 27 17 13 .261
2022 249.51.9 53 6 51 32 2 .243
3y Avg. 168.51.8 33 5 32 19 6 .242
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Makes roster for wild-card round

    Miller is on the roster for the Brewers' NL Wild Card Series matchup against Arizona. This comes as a bit of a surprise given that Miller spent the final three weeks of the regular season with Triple-A Nashville, but the Brewers have decided to roll with 15 position players -- and only 11 pitchers -- in their best-of-three series versus the Diamondbacks. Miller, 26, batted .261/.303/.371 with five homers and 13 steals across 90 major-league games this season.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Heads back to Nashville

    The Brewers optioned Miller to Triple-A Nashville on Monday. Miller was moved off the 28-man active roster to clear room for third baseman/designated hitter Josh Donaldson, who was called up from Nashville after joining the Brewers on a minor-league deal less than two weeks earlier. The Brewers brought Miller back from Triple-A as one of their September call-ups, but he logged just four plate appearances in total during his latest stint with the big club.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Back in majors

    The Brewers recalled Miller from Triple-A Nashville on Friday. As MLB rosters expand to 28 players, Miller will give the Brewers another option in the infield as they push for the postseason. With Andruw Monasterio in a major slump at the plate, it's possible Miller ends up seeing regular action at third base, but he's also capable of playing first base, second base or in the outfield.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Banished to Triple-A

    The Brewers optioned Miller to Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday. Miller's demotion comes after he was on the bench for each of the past six games after losing hold of an everyday role following the Brewers' acquisition of Carlos Santana. The 26-year-old had been one of Milwaukee's better hitters over the first two months of the season, but he struggled mightily in July, slashing .178/.212/.247 on the month. He'll look to get back on track while playing regularly in Nashville and could end up settling into a short-side platoon role for the Brewers if he's brought back later in the season.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Sitting in fourth straight game

    Miller is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against Atlanta. Miller had been filling in as the Brewers' everyday first baseman in place of the injured Rowdy Tellez (finger), but he appears to have lost his grasp on that role after Milwaukee acquired Carlos Santana on Thursday. With Santana in the fold and recent Triple-A Nashville call-up Abraham Toro also picking up more work in the infield, Miller has become the odd man out of the lineup. Miller will hit the bench for the fourth game in a row and looks poised to serve as more of a utility man moving forward.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Day off Friday

    Miller isn't in the Brewers' lineup Friday against Atlanta. Miller is slashing just .183/.218/.254 since the beginning of July, and he'll take a seat Friday as the Brewers look to get more production out of their lineup. Abraham Toro will start at first base Friday for Milwaukee and bat sixth, but it's the Thursday acquisition of Carlos Santana that could spell an end to Miller's run as a regular starter for the Brewers.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Records 13th steal

    Miller went 1-for-3 with one RBI and a stolen base in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Atlanta. Miller is batting just .194 (12-for-62) in July, and he's not helping his cause with a 4:16 BB:K. The versatile 26-year-old continues to fill a regular role at first base while Rowdy Tellez (forearm) is out of action. Miller's posted a .271/.311/.386 slash line with 13 steals, five home runs, 27 RBI and 29 runs scored across 82 contests this season, but he may slip back into a platoon if he can't pick up the pace soon.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Takes seat Friday

    Miller is not in the lineup Friday against Atlanta. Victor Caratini will play first base and Andruw Monasterio is at third as the Brewers face off against right-hander Charlie Morton. Miller has slashed just .254/.300/.389 in 200 plate appearances this year versus righties.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Absent from lineup

    Miller is out of the lineup Thursday versus the Mets. Brice Turang will start at second base and bat seventh after being recalled to the Brewers' major-league roster Thursday afternoon. Brian Anderson is covering third base and hitting fifth.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Supplies clutch hit in extras

    Miller went 2-for-5 with two doubles, two RBI and a run scored in Sunday's win over the Guardians. Miller showed out in a big way against his former team, notching an RBI-double in the third and then another double to score Joey Wiemer in the 10th that wound up being the difference in the game. It was an encouraging effort from the 26-year-old, after he came into the day slashing just .188/.233/.203 in 73 plate appearances during June. His playing time is starting to slip as a result, though he's still seemingly being slotted towards the top of the order when in the lineup after batting second Sunday.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Out again Saturday

    Miller isn't in the Brewers' lineup Saturday against the Guardians. Miller's 1-for-25 slump at the plate since June 13 will cost him yet another start Saturday. Luis Urias will get the nod at second base while Brian Anderson moves to the hot corner and Raimel Tapia starts in right field.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Sitting Friday

    Miller isn't in the Brewers' lineup Friday against the Guardians. Miller is just 1-for-22 in his last eight games and will take a seat Friday amid his slump. Luis Urias will shift to second base in Miller's place, moving Brian Anderson to third base and Raimel Tapia in as Milwaukee's right fielder, batting seventh.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Day off Saturday

    Miller isn't starting Saturday against the Pirates. Miller is 0-for-11 with five strikeouts across his last three games, so he'll receive Saturday off to regroup. Luis Urias will take over at the keystone in Miller's place, moving Brian Anderson into third base which allows Raimel Tapia to make his first start as a Brewer in right field while batting sixth.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: On bench Tuesday

    Miller is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Orioles. Luis Urias will play second base and Abraham Toro will cover third versus the O's and right-hander Kyle Gibson. Miller has gone 5-for-21 (.238) with no extra-base hits so far in June, though he still owns a strong .824 OPS on the year.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Swipes eighth bag

    Miller went 1-for-3 with an RBI, a run scored and a steal in Sunday's win over the Reds. Miller is now 8-for-9 in stolen base attempts, extending his career-high through just 44 games with the Brewers. He's continued to swing a hot bat as well, going 9-for-28 (.321) over his last seven games. The 26-year-old Miller has been playing regularly while moving between second base, third base and left field. He is slashing .319/.358/.475 with four homers, 20 runs scored and 17 RBI through 151 plate appearances.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: X-rays negative

    Miller (forearm) underwent X-rays that came back negative Sunday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Miller exited Sunday's game against the Giants with a bruised right forearm, and further testing didn't reveal any structural damage. He's considered day-to-day for now, and manager Craig Counsell hopes Miller will be able to return to action for Tuesday's series opener in Toronto.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Leaves early with forearm bruise

    Miller was removed ahead of the sixth inning of Sunday's game against the Giants with a bruised right forearm, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. He went 2-for-2 with two runs and two RBI prior to departing. The Brewers are describing Miller's removal as precautionary after he was able to take his base upon being hit by a pitch in the bottom of the fourth inning, then proceeded to play an inning in the field before exiting the contest. After submitting another two-hit effort prior to being lifted from the contest, Miller is now slashing an impressive .330/.371/.513 on the season. With the Brewers off Monday, Miller will get an extra day to recover before the team returns to action Tuesday in Toronto.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: In leadoff spot Thursday

    Miller is hitting leadoff Thursday night against the Giants. Miller will serve as the tablesetter for the Brewers as they face a string of Giants relievers, beginning with left-handed opener Scott Alexander. Miller, 26, has posted a tremendous .400 batting average and 1.103 OPS over his last 62 plate appearances dating back to May 3.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Hits home run from cleanup spot

    Miller went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 4-0 win over the Astros. Miller moved into the cleanup spot Wednesday after going 3-for-4 from the sixth spot in Tuesday's win. After failing to reach in his first two at-bats, the versatile Miller launched a solo shot off Brandon Bielak in the seventh to extend Milwaukee's lead to 3-0. Miller has been on an absolute tear in May, racking up 24 hits (10 for extra bases), eight RBI and 10 runs scored across 16 appearances.
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  • Brewers' Owen Miller: Bumps up to cleanup spot

    Miller will start at third base and bat cleanup in Wednesday's game against the Astros. After hitting sixth and going 3-for-4 with a home run, a stolen base, two RBI and an additional run scored in Tuesday's 6-0 win, Miller will be rewarded with a move to the cleanup spot in the series finale. Making his eighth consecutive start Wednesday, Miller seems to have solidified himself as an everyday player at this point, and he looks as though he could gain some traction in the heart of the order while he's swinging a hot bat. Jesse Winker, meanwhile, will drop from second to sixth in the order Wednesday after having failed to hit a home run in any of his 115 plate appearances this season.
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