The Chicago White Sox avoid arbitration with right-handed pitchers Javy Guerra, Nate Jones and Hector Noesi.
Miller had a 2.02 ERA and an 0.80 WHIP in 2014 as a shutdown reliever.
After a strong 2013, Shuck struggled in 2014 in the majors batting just .145.
Chicago needs lots of help in its bullpen and has money to spend.
Nate Jones reportedly tore his UCL and is facing a recovery period of at least 12 months.
For the White Sox, finding a suitable replacement for two injured closers will be a tough road to travel.
There remains no set timetable for Chris Sale’s return from a strained flexor muscle.
Dayan Viciedo needs to step up after the season-ending injury to Avisail Garcia.
Reliever Jake Petricka has been called up by Chicago.
Nate Jones, Matt Lindstrom, Maikel Cleto and Chris Beck are all in the mix.
Closer Nate Jones pitched a scoreless inning of relief in his spring training debut on Saturday. Jones was limited to side sessions up until Saturday due to a strain in his upper leg that was incurred on February 15.
The White Sox are still trying to get all their relievers healthy and in camp.
Matt Lindstrom hopes to get into a game by week’s end.
Nate Jones threw in a simulated workout Friday morning.
The White Sox are being careful with pitchers in spring training, including Nate Jones.
Put up your dukes! Commuters in downtown Chicago enjoyed a few rounds center ring at Daley Plaza today.
Adam Dunn hit a one-out home run in the bottom of the ninth inning off Tommy Hunter to give the Chicago White Sox a 3-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday.
Dayan Viciedo’s bases-loaded triple in a four-run sixth inning helped the White Sox snap a four-game losing streak. They also avoided being swept in a four-game series for the first time since 2008.
Adam Dunn made it seem as if he had no trouble seeing through the dense fog. Dunn went 4 for 4 with two homers and five RBIs to overcome two home runs and five RBIs by Toronto’s Jose Bautista and give the Chicago White Sox a 10-6 victory in a game delayed over an hour because of limited visibility Monday night.
Paul Konerko hit a two-run home run for Chicago, who are 1-5 against left-handed starters.