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Miller details path to Nationals' front office

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Maintaining an encyclopedic knowledge of the ever-changing rules that govern MLB rosters is hardly the most glamorous front-office task, but it can be one of the most important. Nationals assistant general manager and vice president Bob Miller knows that after helping Washington acquire Trea Turner from the Padres through some creative front-office maneuvering back in 2014.

Miller sat down with MLB.com's Mark Feinsand on this week's episode of Executive Access to describe the unique Turner trade in more detail, shed some light on his time building contenders with the D-backs and Reds and explain how he got his start in Minor League Baseball a full decade before earning his college degree.

Maintaining an encyclopedic knowledge of the ever-changing rules that govern MLB rosters is hardly the most glamorous front-office task, but it can be one of the most important. Nationals assistant general manager and vice president Bob Miller knows that after helping Washington acquire Trea Turner from the Padres through some creative front-office maneuvering back in 2014.

Miller sat down with MLB.com's Mark Feinsand on this week's episode of Executive Access to describe the unique Turner trade in more detail, shed some light on his time building contenders with the D-backs and Reds and explain how he got his start in Minor League Baseball a full decade before earning his college degree.

Listen to Bob Miller on the Executive Access Podcast

On Executive Access, Feinsand provides a unique look at the people building Major League teams by engaging in candid interviews with front-office personnel from around MLB. Each week, you'll find out how they broke into the game, why they do what they do and how they envision the future of baseball. Look out for new episodes on Tuesdays.

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