by Lucas Babits-Feinerman | Wed, Sep 16th 10:19pm EDT
Brad Miller went 2-3 with one home run, one double, one RBI, one run scored and one strikeout as the Cardinals topped the Brewers 4-2 Wednesday afternoon. Miller was the DH and hit fourth for the Cardinals who are now 22-22 on the season.
Miller's home run was the seventh of the season for the third baseman. He is slashing a robust .266/.387/.522 this season but has cooled off recently. Miller is hitting .240/.333/.500 with an 88.8 MPH exit velocity in September compared to .281/.432/.491 with a 90.9 MPH exit velocity in August. Still, he is hitting behind OBP-machine Paul Goldschmidt so he should see plenty of RBI chances in the heart of the Cardinals line-up and features multi-position eligibility in Yahoo leagues. The Cardinals will play more games than any other team in baseball for the remainder of the season. For these reasons owners in standard 12-team redraft leagues can add Miller if they have room on their team.