The Milwaukee Brewers are working with a revamped bullpen this year. During the offseason new GM Matt Arnold brought in several pitchers via trade, waiver wire, internal promotions, and through free agency. One player that was claimed off of waivers in November was right-handed pitcher Tyson Miller.
Tyson Miller, originally drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2016, appeared in just two games with his original organization. In 2021 he was designated for assignment and claimed off of waivers by the Texas Rangers. After giving up 13 earned runs in 10.1 innings during the 2022 season he was let go. That’s when Milwaukee swooped in to claim him.
With the Brewers in 2023 Miller appeared in seven games. Over 9.1 innings he surrendered six earned runs and had a 5.79 ERA. Prior to the All-Star break Milwaukee designated him for assignment in order to make room for Abner Uribe on the 40-man roster. He now has been traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Milwaukee Brewers have traded right-handed reliever Tyson Miller to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
For the Dodgers a corresponding move in order to make room on the 40-man roster took place as they placed Daniel Hudson on the 60-day injured list. This move serves a low-risk depth move by LA for Tyson Miller does have minor league options remaining. In return they gave up cash to the Milwaukee Brewers.