Jon Morosi of FOX Sports is reporting that free agent reliever Andrew Miller already has multiple three-year offers on the table, and that it is becoming increasingly likely that the lefty will end up with a four-year deal.
Despite never having been a closer, Miller is drawing interest as a potential closer after a brilliant 2014 campaign with the Red Sox and Orioles. He posted a combined 2.02 ERA with a 103/17 K/BB ratio over 62 1/3 innings. He carried that into the post-season, where he made five appearances and tossed 7 1/3 scoreless, dominant frames.
Miller, taken sixth overall in the 2006 draft, was once a highly-touted prospect but he suffered various injuries and could never get any momentum going as a starter. The Red Sox converted him to a reliever in 2012, which considerably reversed his fortunes.