Shelby Miller, once one of the best young pitchers in baseball, has a shot at helping Cubs this year in a versatile role

The tattoo is etched in black ink on Shelby Miller’s right triceps. Go for broke. He isn’t sure exactly when he got it but believes it was sometime after he had Tommy John surgery in May 2017. The motto is emblematic of Miller’s journey since coming back from the injury. Miller established himself as one of the top young pitchers in the game during a four-year stretch with the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves. But after a rocky 2016 featuring a finger ailment, a 6.15 ERA and a trip the minors, followed by the reconstructive elbow surgery the next year, Miller has pitched in only 28 big l…

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