Shelby Miller (elbow) active for Diamondbacks, making 2018 debut Monday
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Shelby Miller is active from the 60-day disabled list and set to make his 2018 debut in Monday's start against the Miami Marlins.
This is Miller's first start since he underwent Tommy John surgery in May of last year. The 27-year-old right-hander recorded a 4.66 ERA with 28 strikeouts and 6 walks across 19 1/3 innings over four minor league rehab starts.
numberFire's models project Miller to score 25.6 FanDuel points at a cost of $6,600 on Monday.
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