Remember the pain Yankees fans endured last October as they watched Andrew Miller, just months removed from the famed pinstripes, dominate the Indians’ opponents en route to a near-championship? Have you noticed the Yankees, if they can survive a likely American League wild-card game, are on track to face Miller, just activated from the disabled list Thursday, and the Indians in the AL Division Series? Now, what if The Post was to tell you that Miller won’t go as hard or as long this postseason as he memorably did in 2016? To steal from the late Martin Landau’s “Entourage” character, would that be something you might be interested in? No promises. Nevertheless, at Progressive Field on Thursday, where the Indians won their 22nd consecutive game in a thrilling 3-2 10-inning victory — the longest winning streak and second-longest unbeaten streak since 1900 — Cleveland manager Terry Francona expressed regret over Miller’s heavy usage last year and a desire to avoid that this year.