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|GM: Millwood likely won't be back|
Wade initially made the offer, believed to be a three-year deal believed to be worth $30 million with a club option for a fourth season, nearly two weeks ago.
"The likelihood of getting something done with Kevin was pretty remote," Wade told the Philadelphia Daily News. "Eric very sufficiently fills the need to add a quality starting pitcher to our rotation."
Wade said the team probably will not offer arbitration to Millwood before Sunday's midnight deadline, but wouldn't rule out the possibility. Millwood, considered a legitimate ace, went 14-12 with the Phillies last season with a 4.01 ERA. He tied a career high with 18 wins in his last year in Atlanta in 2002.