As the Astros, Cardinals, Nationals and Yankees all vie for a spot in this year's World Series and the 2019 MLB season approaches its end, it's time for a look back at the former Tar Heels who had the biggest impacts on the league this year.
The veteran is in his 14th season in the majors, but in his first with the St. Louis Cardinals. Coming out of the bullpen, the 34-year-old lefty has been solid in his 54.2 innings of action this season despite having a limited role with his new team.
The former Tar Heel has only allowed 45 hits and given up 27 walks in his 73 appearances this year. Miller has capitalized on his short time on the mound, notching 70 strikeouts this season for the fifth-highest mark of his career.
In the three postseason innings that Miller has thrown for the Cardinals this year, he's fanned three batters and hasn't allowed a single hit.