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2/8/2011 12:04:00 PM
Description: The Dodgers signed veteran infielder Aaron Miles to a minor league contract and invited him to major league spring training; he will compete for a second utility infield spot. SOURCE: ESPN.com
Insight: Ignore Miles on draft day, as he has no value unless he gets regular AB's for the Dodgers.
 
4/29/2010 4:09:00 PM
Description: John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports, via Twitter, that the Cardinals have signed Miles to a minor league deal.
Insight: Miles was released by the Reds earlier this year, and he spent 2009 with the Cubs. He previously played for the Cardinals from 2006-2008. (SportsBuff.com)
 
4/14/2010 3:27:00 PM
Description: The Reds have released Miles.
Insight: Miles cleared waivers, which was not a big surprise, and can now sign with any team that wants him. (SportsBuff.com)
 
3/11/2010 12:13:00 PM
Description: John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports, via Twitter, that Miles (right middle finger) expects to play on Friday.
Insight: Miles fractured the tip of his right middle finger while fielding grounders last week. He is in the mix to be a backup infielder for the Reds this season. (SportsBuff.com)
 
3/9/2010 12:11:00 PM
Description: The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Miles (right middle finger) said his finger is feeling better.
Insight: Miles fractured the tip of the right middle finger while fielding grounders last week. He is in the mix to be a backup infielder for the Reds. (SportsBuff.com)
 
3/8/2010 12:44:00 PM
Description: MLBlogs.com reports Miles (right middle finger) is getting closer to a return to action.
Insight: Miles fractured the tip of the finger while fielding groundballs last Thursday. He is in the mix for a spot as a backup infielder for the Reds. (SportsBuff.com)
 
2/2/2010 8:35:00 AM
Description: The Reds acquired Miles from the Athletics in exchange for Willy Taveras.
Insight: Miles hit only .185 with no home runs and five RBi last season with the Cubs. He will be a bench player with the Reds. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Cold4/26/2009 9:44:00 AM
Description: Miles has received intermittent starts at second base, but hasn't done much at the plate. He is hitting .120 with one run and two RBI.
Insight: Miles may platoon with similarly struggling Mike Fotenot eventually. He is a career .287 hitter with a career on-base percentage of .362. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Steady3/14/2009 8:22:00 AM
Description: Miles will be sidelined through the weekend because of a sore wrist, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Insight: Miles is expected to be part of a middle infield platoon with Mike Fontenot and maybe Ryan Theriot. He has always been a nice slappy hitter, but injuries have been a concern throughout his career. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Steady2/14/2009 9:50:00 AM
Description: The Chicago Tribune speculated that Miles will share time at second base with Mike Fontenot.
Insight: Miles his .317 off of lefties last year, but he also hit .315 against right-handed pitching. Miles has always hit for good contact (.289 career average), but not much power (.364 career slugging). He makes for a decent NL-only middle infielder. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Steady1/18/2009 12:04:00 PM
Description: Miles will get some time at lead off for the Cubs when Alfonso Soriano isn't batting first, according to the Chicago Sun Times.
Insight: Miles has always been a middle infielder with some pop. He hit .317 last year with the Cardinals in 379 at bats. He'll be among the middle infield options for the Cubs and could have some value in NL-only leagues. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Steady12/31/2008 4:58:00 PM
Description: The Cubs and Miles have agreed to a two-year contract, according to the Associated Press. The switch-hitting Miles batted .317 with four homers and 31 RBIs in 134 games for the St. Louis Cardinals last season.
Insight: Miles always seems to be a solid pickup for a couple days if your team is dealing with an injury or in need of a batting average boost. Now with Mark DeRosa in Cleveland, Miles will surely get more at-bats and he could develop into a deep, deep sleeper over the course of a full season. (SportsBuff.com)
 
12/23/2008 8:52:00 AM
Description: The Baltimore Sun reports that the Orioles have interest in Miles.
Insight: Miles hit .317 with four homers and 31 RBI last season with St. Louis. (SportsBuff.com)
 

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