In a season of few constants, Orioles left-hander Wade Miley has been relatively stable.
It's a particularly dangerous brand of stable, one that has seen him put runners on and find himself in trouble multiple times per game. But it's also one that has seen him work out of it more often than not and keep things under control.
However uncomfortable his first month-plus has been, the club doesn't believe it's indicative of anything extraordinary other than a pitcher's typical battle for command.
"You watch him pitch, and he doesn't come across as a guy who's, what, second in the American League in walks?" manager Buck Showalter said, though Miley's 27 walks...