John Farrell called Wade Miley's actions in the dugout last night "unacceptable." Said, "I won't stand for it."
WEEI Boston "fter finishing his half inning in the fourth Thursday night, Red Sox starter Wade Miley evidently was not happy. Miley, who had just given up his fifth run of the game courtesy a Manny Machado blast in the fourth, could be seen screaming at Red Sox manager John Farrell before the two adjourned..." June 12
Hardball Talk "Having already traded a one-time building block player in catcher Miguel Montero the Diamondbacks are now willing to deal starter Wade Miley. Bob Nightingale of USA Today reports that Arizona is “listening to offers” on the 28-year-old left-hander, who struggled this year with a 4.34 ERA in 33..." December 10
Source: Arizona close to a Wade Miley trade.
Hardball Talk "In his column for the Miami Herald, Barry Jackson reports that the Marlins have discussed trading starter Nathan Eovaldi to the Diamondbacks for starter Wade Miley. Jackson adds that the Marlins also have interest in free agent pitchers Francisco Liriano and Brandon Morrow. Miley, 28, was the..." November 24
Arizona Republic "The offensive woes that plagued the Diamondbacks during their recent road trip apparently weren’t issued a return ticket home as the Diamondbacks kicked off an eight-game homestand with a 6-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays in front of 19458 Tuesday at Chase Field. The Diamondbacks eclipsed their..." August 07
Fox Sports Arizona "It was a rough May for Diamondbacks starting pitcher Wade Miley. And that's probably putting it nicely. The left-hander lost his fourth straight start and fifth of May on Friday, a 7-2 defeat against the Cubs, and despite a strong finish, the outing was enough for manager Kirk Gibson to put..." June 01
Arizona Republic "A year ago, Wade Miley’s spring-training mornings were spent struggling to spell difficult words in the Diamondbacks clubhouse, much to the amusement of his teammates. His aura came to be known as “Wade’s World,” a sort of nod to the fact that Miley sees things just a little differently than..." February 17