Right-handed starting pitcher Bryce Miller, 25, of the Seattle Mariners, entered the major leagues with high expectations.

Since making his major league debut on July 25, Miller has pitched 31 1/3 innings in five games, allowing just four earned runs.

He allowed one run against the 스포츠토토 Oakland Athletics on April 3 and three runs against the Atlanta Braves on April 20. He also had quality starts in those games, allowing one run in 6 innings and three runs in 6 1/3 innings, respectively.

He also threw six scoreless, seven scoreless, and six scoreless innings against the Houston Astros on April 8, the Detroit Tigers on April 14, and Oakland on April 25.

As a result, Miller has a 1.15 ERA in his first five major league starts. It’s one of the best starts in the majors.

Seattle won 6-1 on the 25th behind Miller’s strong pitching and a strong batting lineup. The win improved Miller’s record to 3-1 on the season.

Miller was Seattle’s fourth-round pick in the 2021 First-Year Player Draft. Since then, he has posted a 3.65 ERA in 36 minor league games (33 starts).

His best weapon is a four-seam fastball that scores a whopping 70 on the 20-80 scale. It averages above 95 mph and tops out at 100 mph. He also has very good spin and movement.

Seattle successfully brought up George Kirby, 25, to the majors last year. This year, it’s Miller’s turn.

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