NYJER MORGAN RUMORS & GOSSIP
SEOUL, South Korea -- A South Korean team says it has signed former major league outfielder Nyjer Morgan to a $700,000, one-year deal.
The Hanwha Eagles said the team was impressed with Morgan's contact ability and base-running skills.
The 34-year-old debuted with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2007 and hit .282 with 120 steals while playing in 598 games for four major league clubs.
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December 18, 2014
When Nyjer Morgan has a standout performance, you should expect unmatched exuberance afterward.
Sunday was no letdown.
Morgan went 3-for-4, hitting his first home run of the season in the eighth inning.
That was cause for celebration and a postgame radio interview with Tom Hamilton and Jim Rosenhaus full of loud noises and lots of laughs.
The "Plushdamentals" of having fun.
Nyjer Morgan may be reaching the end of his career, but he seems to always find his way back into the spotlight. Morgan has been given an opportunity with the Cleveland Indians after being called up from AAA. In this video he tries to show he still has the legs to bunt for a hit. He may still have the legs, but not the balance. Check out the hilarious video below.
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It was tough to see the Indians blow their game yesterday, but it was a fun one to watch most of the day. The Indians were winning and, of course, Nyjer Morgan’s stumble down the first base line provided plenty of laughs. You gotta love this guy. He falls down, thankfully didn’t get hurt and kind of laughed at himself the entire way back to the dugout.
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The Indians today activated OF Michael Bourn from the 15-Day DL and optioned OF Nyjer Morgan to AAA Columbus.
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Signed to a minor league deal this offseason with an invite to spring training, Morgan has quickly impressed Cleveland with his speed, bat and unique veteran presence.
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GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- For the first time this spring a wide grin came across Nyjer Morgan's face. All the work put in to get back to the majors has paid off.
Morgan came to Indians spring training as a non-roster invitee but many didn't give him much of a shot of making it due to a crowded outfield. With Michael Bourn headed to the disabled list, a solid spring and a different approach...
Free agent veteran outfielder Nyjer Morgan has agreed a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians.
Morgan will report to major spring training, the Indians said Thursday. The 33-year-old spent last season with Yokohama of Japan's Central League. He previously played for Pittsburgh, Washington and Milwaukee.
The speedy Morgan, a .280 career hitter, has 117 career steals during...
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January 16, 2014
The Cleveland Indians have reportedly signed veteran outfielder Nyjer Morgan to a minor league contract. This report is confirmed by ESPN.com’s Jerry Crasnick. The deal comes with a non-roster invite to training camp.
Morgan is one of the more infamous players in recent baseball history, known mostly for his alter ego, Tony Plush, as well as his play within the 2011 and 2012 Major...
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As the cash-strapped Reds continue to look for cheap additions to next season's roster, one player they may be interested in taking a closer look at is Nyjer Morgan.Morgan, who spent the 2013 season in Japan playing for the Yokohama DeNa BayStars, is reportedly seeking a return to Major League Baseball. And his agent said that "six to eight" clubs have already expressed an interest...