3 former Guardians that would be a welcome sight to this current lineup
It was always going to be tough to work in at-bats for Owen Miller in 2023. The Guardians were banking on the duo of Josh Naylor and Josh Bell handling duties at first base and designated hitter in addition to having Jose Ramirez, Andres Gimenez, and Amed Rosario starting at their respective positions with Gabriel Arias finding playing time and Tyler Freeman occupying a bench spot (and nothing more for some reason) currently.
With players entrenched in their roles and the so many infielders waiting in the wings for their chance, it was understandable why Cleveland traded Miller to Milwaukee. Unfortunately, Miller is producing right now while most of Cleveland's lineup is not. Miller's nine doubles, four home runs, and 11 RBI to go with his .915 OPS in 34 games woud help bridge the gap between the Guardians current substandard offensive output and league average.