Wade Miley (37), who played an ace-class performance with a no-hit no-run in 2021, is aiming for a revival at the Milwaukee Brewers.
Foreign media including The Athletic reported on the 5th (Korean time) that Miley had signed a one-year contract with Milwaukee for a total of $4.5 million. The incentive is greater than the guaranteed amount at $6 million. There is a guarantee of $3.5 million in 2023, and a $10 million option that can be implemented by mutual agreement in 2024. Instead, a buyout would pay Miley $1 million if the option was not exercised.
There is also an innings option. If you go over 75 innings, you get $150,000, and if you go over 100, you get $350,000. It is set to receive $500,000 if it exceeds 125 innings, and $500,000 again if it exceeds 150 innings.
Miley is a veteran pitcher who debuted in the big leagues in 2011. He went 99-94 with a 4.13 earned run average for his career. He’s not flashy, but he’s been a consistent pitcher, winning 45 games each year from 2012 to 2015, starting at least 30 games. His skills declined after his 30s, but he recorded 14 wins and 6 losses with an ERA of 3.98 while playing for the Houston Astros in 2019. In particular, on May 7 of that year, in a game against the Cleveland Guardians, he also set a great record of his first no-hit no-run in his life.안전놀이터
Miley, now in her late thirties, is unlikely to be revived as an ace. However, there is a possibility that his team, Milwaukee, is aiming for a revival as much as he is good at nurturing pitchers. Milwaukee has developed several pitchers regardless of starter and bullpen, including current one-two punchers Corbin Burns and Brandon Woodruff, Josh Hader (now San Diego Padres), and Devin Williams. In 2018, not only them, but also several veteran pitchers were revived and they are so good at developing pitchers that they advanced to the National League Championship Series.