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The Yankees have signed free agent reliever Andrew Miller to a four-year deal, the team announced on Friday.
The deal with worth $36 million, according to multiple national media reports.
#Yankees sign LHP Andrew Miller to a four-year deal through the 2018 season.— New York Yankees (@Yankees) December 5, 2014
Miller spent 2014 with Boston and Baltimore, compiling a 2.02 ERA in 73 appearances between the two teams.
A former first-round pick by the Tigers in 2006, Miller was part of the deal that sent Miguel Cabrera from the Marlins to the Tigers in 2007.
In nine major league seasons, Miller has a 4.91 ERA 490 strikeouts in 492.2 innings pitched.