Found January 13, 2014 on Philliedelphia:
Philliedelphia Photo Adam Morgan will miss most of 2014. If you're the average fan, you may not know much about him, but he was the Phillies #2 rated pitching prospect before the 2013 season. He partially tore his rotator cuff, pitched poorly with it for a bit, then missed a...
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