The Red Sox acquisition of Wade Miley was met with quite the varied response. A quick glance at the numbers suggest he hasn't been worth the price Boston paid to pry him from Arizona. However, a deeper look at things tells us a slightly different story. Miley has had to adjust to not facing pitchers in the American League, thus facing tougher hitters overall. But the fact is, he may be pitching better than many realize.
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