MIKE MORSE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Mike Morse thinks a return to health will help him return to the form that made him one of the top hitters in the American League in 2011. All it took was a little guidance from friends.
Morse, signed by the San Francisco Giants to play left field, said he has no restrictions following surgery to shave a bone spur in his left wrist last October, a condition that was discovered in...
Via AP on Fox
February 17, 2014
The long awaited result of the ever-long search for the next San Francisco Giants next left fielder is finally in. This morning the Giants have signed outfielder Michael Morse to a one-year contract worth approximately $5 million plus incentives.
The 31-year old Morse spent the 2013 season with both the Seattle Mariners and the Baltimore Orioles, were in 88 games he batted .215...
LET ME RIDE
Since we are clearly in the last days of the Mike Morse Era in DC, we should probably savor each Tweet like it could be his last (as a Nat). And so, let us savor the photos Mike Morse Tweeted of his car parked in his driveway in Florida on Monday night after he spent the weekend in Washington for Ryan Zimmerman's wedding. Now head on over to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe&...
There is a problem for any American League team that intends to acquire Nationals left fielder Mike Morse and use him often as a designated hitter.
Morse strongly opposes being a DH, according to major-league sources.
The issue, sources say, will carry weight for some AL clubs. Morse is "not a very gifted defender" and would better fit certain teams as a DH, according...
The Orioles and Nationals could potentially match up for a
trade that would send slugger Mike Morse from Washington to Baltimore in
exchange for a package built around a left-handed reliever, reports Dan Kolko
of MASN Sports.
The Orioles strike me as one team that could be a good
match, given their need for a middle-of-the-order bat and Morse's ability to
JUST PLAY ALONG
And so here's the video of Michael Morse's magical first inning grand slam(s) Saturday night, both during his the same AB, one without his bat. Amazing. Here's a GIF of the invisible bat swing.
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Mike Morse (credits below) “The Beast” is back. Michael Morse finally hit his first homerun since returning from injury. This could be the beginning of a return for the surprising slugger of last year. Is it time to get him while his value is still unknown? The short answer is “yes.” While he isn’t a household name just yet, the power potential in a HR-starved MLB is too...
Welcome to Twitter, Michael Morse? Even more important than the question "Will Mike Morse return to the Nationals lineup on Friday?" is the question "Is @MLBeastMode38 really Michale Morse?"
Still trying to verify, but the pro-Heat Tweets seem to be a dead giveaway.
(Image of Morse in a sombrero for Cinco de Mayo via Morse's Facebook page)
When we last checked in on Michael Morse in this post-Bryce-Harper-Twitter world, Morse revealed to the world that Davey Johnson knows more about electronics than he does. In an interview with CSN Washington's Kelli Johnson (see below) on Wednesday, Morse talked about his long road to success, his reaction to the arrival of Jayson Werth, and most importantly, how his pre-AB Cobra...
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Close your eyes if you will and picture Michael Morse in your head. Got it? Okay, does that look like a shortstop? No, right? But that's what he was drafted as way back in 2000 (third round by the White Sox) and that's where he played his first six years of his ten-year minor league career. The easiest thing to state in this entire piece will be that Michael Morse doesn...