The Mets and Yankees have requested the medicals for free agent LH reliever Andrew Miller, reports SNY's Andy Martino.
In addition to the Mets and Yankees, many other teams have requested the medicals for Miller, who Martino suggests should be able to get a two-year deal.
The 33-year-old Miller had a 4.24 ERA (3.51 FIP) and 1.38 WHIP with 45 strikeouts in 34 innings (37 games) this past season. It was the first year since 2013 where Miller's WHIP was above 1.00.
While dealing with injuries to his knee, hamstring, and shoulder, Miller's fastball velocity dipped a bit -- from an average of 94.0 MPH in 2017 to 93.1 MPH in 2018.
In addition to Miller, the Mets are weighing runs at high-end free agent relievers Craig Kimbrel, Zach Britton, and others, says Martino.