The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly in the mix for the services of free-agent reliever Andrew Miller, per a report by ESPN's Buster Olney.
According to Olney, the Dodgers join the New York Yankees as suitors for Miller's services:
The Dodgers, like the Yankees, are in serious pursuit of left-hander Andrew Miller. He would greatly improve LAD bullpen.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) December 1, 2014
Olney had reported earlier in the day that the New York Yankees are also pursuing Miller, which means that the bidding war to land him will come down to two mega-market teams situated on opposite coasts.
Miller would instantly be a stabilizing force for a Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen that appears to be the primary focus of GM Ned Colletti's winter dealings. Miller is reportedly coveted by other teams as well, but the Yankees and Dodgers appear primed to be the two favorites at this juncture.
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