A restaurant in Cleveland will honor Andrew Miller by selling Miller High Life beers for one cent.
Greenhouse Tavern in Cleveland will be selling Miller High Life beers for a penny in honor of Indians reliever Andrew Miller's dominance in the postseason, according to Cleveland.com.
There is a limit of five per person, and the deal will be held all day on Wednesday.
Miller, who has inspired the catchphrase “Miller Time” when he enters games, has 24 strikeouts in 13 2/3 innings.
The Indians won Game 1 of the World Series 6–0 with Miller pitching two scoreless innings.
Luckily the drink special will not be held at Progressive Field. The team held Ten Cent Beer Night in 1974 and the crowd's uncontrollable rowdiness resulted in the game being forfeited to the Texas Rangers. Nine fans were arrested.