ST. LOUIS - JUNE 16: Relief pitcher Trever Miller #43 of the St. Louis Cardinals throws against the Seattle Mariners at Busch Stadium on June 16, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
The Chicago Cubs have signed lefty Trever Miller to a minor league deal, according to Jayson Stark. The deal is worth $800 thousand if he makes the big leagues.
Miller, 38, has 13 seasons under his belt and has played with 8 different clubs, and Stark notes that the Cubs would be his ninth if he makes their bullpen. He has a career 4.18 ERA and if you're into value over time, has earned three wins above replacement since 1996.
Miller only pitched 21 innings last season.
- Twitter / @jaysonst - "The #Cubs have signed Trever Miller to a minor-league deal with an invite to spring training. He'll make $800,000 if he's in the big leagues"
- Twitter / @jaysonst - "Cubs will be Trever Miller's 9th team if he makes their 'pen. Don't think he can catch Octavio Dotel, about to join team No. 13 (Tigers)!"
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