The beginning of the season wasn’t exactly kind to the Boston Red Sox’s pitching staff, especially Wade Miley. Yet things appear to be looking up.
Miley put forth another solid outing Tuesday night, allowing just two runs over seven innings while walking one batter and striking out seven in a 4-3 win over the Texans Rangers. The left-hander has dropped his ERA more than two full points over his last four outings, allowing a total of nine runs over that span.
It seems Miley’s turnaround is a trend in the team’s rotation, as Red Sox starters have surrendered two runs or less in five of Boston’s last six games. After his latest start, Miley talked about the reasons for his own recent success.
“I’m getting into more of a rhythm, I guess,” he said. “You create a little confidence having a good (start), then another good one. You try to build off of that. I’m just going to try to keep it rolling.”
Hear more from Miley in the video above.
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