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Bobby Miller
Ht/Wt: 6' 5"/220 lbs
Position: RHP
Team: Louisville






Bobby Miller - Prospect Profile

MLB.com - May : "Miller's fastball is notable for both its heat -- he sat at 95-96 mph throughout his dominance of East Carolina and worked at 97-99 in shorter stints in the fall -- and its heavy life. He also can miss bats with a slider/cutter that usually operates at 85-87 and reached 90 during the fall."

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - May 13th: "For all of his size and the explosive pure stuff that he’s shown, some scouts wonder what his dominant swing-and-miss offering is going to be. There’s also some reliever risk with Miller, as his delivery and arm action aren’t the smoothest or cleanest, but he has done a nice job holding his stuff deep into his outings and improved his strike-throwing this season."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - May 13th: "Miller was also one of the players who made the biggest gains on draft boards this spring, showing velocity sitting in the 94-98 mph range and hitting 99, mixing in an above-average slider and throwing strikes, though his longer arm action and the quality of those strikes cause some to project him in the bullpen."

Ian Smith - Prospect 365 - Apr. 26th: "Miller can generate very simple velocity with his fastball that sits 94-96 and he compliments it well with a plus slider and changeup combo. His delivery looks a bit unorthodox—it appears to be a hybrid between a three quarters and sidearm slot—and he sometimes has issues controlling his offspeed."

Prospects Live - Mar. 24th: "The fastball comfortably sat mid-90s, and the slider developed this past fall into a legit out pitch. Both offering are above average or better. Miller will need to continue to develop his changeup if he’s to remain an option in a big league rotation, but as it stands, he’s got a pretty high floor as a back-end starter or big arm in the bullpen."

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - Jan. 31st : "He has power stuff, including a fastball that gets into the upper 90s with good life and a firm slider, but his results haven’t been as dominant as the pure stuff might suggest, and his control has been fringey as well."




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