Several big league teams stepped up their holiday shopping Tuesday and a bunch of players were on the go. A look at the most recent moves in baseball:
A key contributor for the San Francisco Giants in their run to the World Series championship, Mike Morse and the Miami Marlins agreed to a $16 million, two-year contract. A person familiar with the agreement confirmed the...
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3 days ago
MIAMI (AP) A person familiar with the negotiations says first baseman Mike Morse has agreed to a two-year contract with the Miami Marlins pending a physical.
The person confirmed the deal to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because it had not been finalized.
Last season Morse hit .279 with 16 homers and 61 RBIs in 131 games for the World Series champion San Francisco...
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3 days ago
The Marlin have pursued Mike Morse for much of the offseason and on Tuesday they reached a deal with him pending a physical.
Morse, 32, becomes the latest addition to the Marlins who have been one of the busiest teams this offseason. In Morse they get a player who finished last season with .279/.336/.475 line, 16 homers and 61 RBI in 131 games with the Giants.
The Miami Marlins have agreed to a two-year deal with free-agent outfielder Mike Morse, FOX Sports MLB Insider Ken Rosenthal confirmed Tuesday.
Morse, 32, hit .279/.336/.475 with 16 homers and 61 RBI in 131 games with the San Francisco Giants last season. In his 10-season major-league career, he is a .281/.335/.473 hitter with 99 homers and 333 RBI.
The Marlins will be the fourth...
Posting will begin soon for Jung-Ho Kang, Ian Desmond seems intent on testing free agency, and Mike Morse is mentioned for the Marlins.
Heading into this offseason, the Texas Rangers have already seen two of the best available right fielders move elsewhere. First, they declined the large option to bring back Alex Rios. Then they lost out on the bidding for Torii Hunter. With these players no longer options, Bob Nightengale is reporting that the team has shown interest in free agent outfielder/first baseman...
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...
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February 17, 2014
Mike Morse will turn 32 on March 22, 2014 and after spending parts of nine seasons in the majors can look forward to a starting job as the left fielder for the San Francisco Giants.
The Giants signed Morse as a free agent over the winter to a one-year deal to join center fielder Angel Pagan and right fielder Hunter Pence in the outfield.
As a member of the Seattle Mariners in...
The San Francisco Giants have reached a deal with free agent Mike Morse.
Morse, 31, will earn $6 million in 2014 under terms of a one-year deal. His new deal also includes a few performance-based incentives.
The Giants are planning to play Morse in left field while Brandon Belt occupies first base. They are hoping to catch some lightning in a bottle with Morse’s power...
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...