Latest Update Shelby Miller allowed two runs—one earned—over Fri Sep, 19, 02:30 AM
Owns tremendous strikeout ability and a very good frame for a pitcher. Generally throws strikes, too. When he's on his game, he can be positively dominant on the hill.
Flaws: : Can be a tad excitable, so he needs to continue to refine and harness his pitching weaponry. Also, he can be hurt by the long ball, as well as the big inning.
Miller has been great in September, with a 0.45 ERA over 26 innings. He has three consecutive starts without a walk. Miller was much better as a rookie, and his FIP and xFIP suggest he has been a bit lucky in both big league seasons. He will likely be overrated for fantasy going into next season.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Miller hasn't allowed an earned run in his last two starts. Over that 14 inning span, he has allowed only six hits, three walks, and has struck out 9 opposing batters. Miller is enjoying a hot streak and he should be started in all formats. His next start will come this weekend and he needs to be started in all fantasy leagues regardless of the format. Start Shelby Miller with confidence.Analyst: Colby Conway
Miller pitched well enough to deserve the win, but instead he was handed with a no-decision. The Cardinals went on to win by virtue off the walk-off against the Pirates. Miller will hope to continue his string of quality starts in his next outing which will come early next week. Start Miller as he is a quality two-start option next week.Analyst: Colby Conway
Miller was forced to settled for hits third consecutive no-decision on Friday night despite allowed a four-game low two runs to the Cubs. He is now 8-9 with a 4.19 ERA and 1.36 WHIP through 26 starts while owning a sub-par 101:68 K;BB rate over 152.2 innings. Although he has been pitching better of late, Miller should only be started in good matchups until he shows more consistency when on the mound. He will look to get back in the win column when he takes on the Pirates on Wednesday.Analyst: Matthew Beck