The Milwaukee Brewers continue the search for starting pitching by signing left-hander Wade Miley to a contract.  The 31-year-old Miley has agreed to a minor-league contract with a two-and-a-half-million dollar salary if he makes the major league roster.  The deal includes more than three-million dollars in incentives.  Miley won 16 games while pitching for Arizona five years ago, but he has struggled the last two seasons.  He was 8-15 with Baltimore in 2017, with a five-point-61 earned run average.  He led the American League with 93 walks.