2022 Player Outlook
As a member of the Reds in 2021, Miley posted a 12-7 record with a 3.37 ERA and 1.33 WHIP. He did a solid job limiting hard contact, but a collapse down the stretch made his numbers look much worse. After the All-Star break, he posted a 4.19 ERA, and he posted an 8.35 ERA over his final four starts of the season. Miley is what he is at this point, but he can eat up innings for a team and keep them in ball games. If you ignore his 5.65 ERA across a handful of appearances in 2020, he's posted an ERA below 4.00 in three of the past four years. You won't be excited to draft Miley, but he's proven to give you innings and not decimate your ratios.