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Adam Miller injury not serious

November 15, 2007
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There was some cause for serious concern this afternoon in the Arizona Fall League (AFL) when Indians top prospect Adam Miller had to leave his start in the first inning due to an undisclosed injury. Early reports mentioned he had left the game with an apparent hand injury, and many fans feared the worst.

The Indians organization and fans can catch their breath as it turns out he had to leave the game because of a blister on his throwing hand. Miller only logged a third of an inning and had given up three runs on three hits and a walk before having to leave the game in the first innings because of the blister issue.

The game today was the regular season finale in the AFL, but the Indians prospects have one game left as Suprise will play Phoenix in the championship game on Saturday at 12:35 p.m.

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