Miller’s Misfortune

Adam Miller has, over time, nearly mastered the fine art of optimism. "I don't think there are any more parts of my finger I can strain," Miller says with a smile. The most recent test of optimism for Cleveland's long-suffering former first-round draft pick and No. 1 prospect came early in this year's big league spring training. He sustained a blister on the middle finger of his throwing hand.

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