MIKE MORSE NEWS

'Just one of those days' for Brewers pitching

MILWAUKEE -- Inning by inning on Wednesday, the Milwaukee Brewers made loud outs, spraying line drives and deep fly balls all over the place with only one run to show for it through six innings. The offense eventually got to Ryan Vogelsong and the San Francisco bullpen for four runs, but a big inning early and another one late helped the Giants to a 7-4 victory over the Brewers at...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Like Morse, just enjoy the ride

There's really something to be said for being able to totally relax and enjoy what's going on around you. It's the way you feel on vacation, the way you feel when you gaze out at something beautiful with nowhere to be; your phone only making an appearance to take a picture because there's no service anyway.It's an odd feeling-- almost surreal when it happens...
Via The Dodgerhater
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Morse Is Taking On A Two-Year-Old Debate

After an injury-plagued 2013 that saw our old hero Mike Morse bottom out, he’s having a dream season, posting a .295/.351/.574 slash line for the league-leading Giants. Oh and he’s still not over the great Stephen Strasburg shutdown of 2012: “A lot of people don’t realize you might only get one shot,” Morse says. “One shot. That could have been the only shot. I just wish...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants: No Complaints Here!

The starting first baseman is out for six weeks with a broken wrist, the 100-million dollar starting pitcher has one win, the little pitcher that everyone wants to succeed looked both great and terrible in a span of five days and yet the San Francisco Giants are in first place by three games. Morse hit ball far. Arrgh!How can I complain about anything? The Giants are in first place...
Via Sporadic Sentinel
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants: Week Two Review

"Say it wrong one more time, I double dog dare you!"My hope for this week is that San Francisco Giants play-by-play man Duane Kuiper stops calling Mike Morse “Michael Morris.” I get it, the first couple of days, sure, “Morse” becomes “Morris.” But this is two weeks in. Kuip takes pains to get Jean Machi's name right (at least it seems like it), but Morse...
Via Sporadic Sentinel
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

A healthy Morse comes to camp enthusiastic

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  |  Discuss

Can the San Francisco Giants Crack the Michael Morse Code?

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...
Via The Sports Post
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Morse signs deal with Giants

getty images 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...
Via Tireball.com
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants Find Their Left Fielder; Sign Michael Morse

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...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Reactions to the Michael Morse Signing

Reactions to the Giants signing Michael Morse:Giants take a gamble on Mike Morse - Me at BASGThe Giants are taking a gamble that he can play the Pat Burrell role from 2010, three at-bats and then a late defensive replacement while providing some home runs down the lineup. Perhaps that’s not a bad bet to make, but it’s far from a sure thing. If he stays healthy and hits the Giants...
Via The Crazy Crabbers
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Mike Morse makes sense for Giants in LF

You've likely heard the name Mike Morse (or Michael as he's often referred to). Perhaps you're even familiar with the large, bearded outfielder. But, it's doubtful that you've thought of him as the solution to the Giants' hole in left field.You see? He was once a monster. I like the sound of that."WE WANT POWER, WE WANT A REAL LEFT FIELDER! RABBLE RABBLE...
Via The Dodgerhater
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Free Agent Pass or Play: Mike Morse

Could Morse bring his right-handed power to Philadelphia? It’s time – we are now beyond the start of Free Agency at 12:01 AM November 5. We at Phillies Nation will take a look at a players, namely outfielders, catchers, starting pitchers, and relievers, who the Phillies may target this offseason. We will explore potential performance, fit, cost, and feasibility. We continue today...
Via Phillies Nation
November 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Orioles place Steve Pearce on DL, make room for Mike Morse

getty images The Baltimore Orioles acquired Mike Morse on Friday afternoon and on Saturday they made room for him on the active roster. Morse, 31, was acquired in a trade with the Seattle Mariners for minor league outfielder Xavier Avery. In order to make room for Morse on the roster the Orioles placed utility player Steve Pearce on the disabled list. Pearce, 30, has been dealing...
Via Tireball.com
August 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Orioles acquire Morse from the Mariners for Avery

With the waiver trade deadline coming up fast, the remaining contenders are doing their best to shore up their holes. No team has been more active on waivers than the Baltimore Orioles who finally landed the power bat they've been looking for. Xavier Avery for Mike Morse. O's all in — Peter Gammons (@pgammo) August 30, 2013 All in? Yeah, not quite. Morse...
Via The Outside Corner
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Orioles acquire Mike Morse from Mariners

  getty images The Baltimore Orioles have acquired outfielder Mike Morse from the Seattle Mairners. Earlier this week the Orioles claimed both Morse and Josh Willingham on waivers in hopes of working out a deal. The Orioles had been seeking upgrades to their lineup, most notable at designated hitter. Source: Morse is an #Oriole. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) August 30, 2013...
Via Tireball.com
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Orioles rumors: Baltimore still discussing Mike Morse, Josh Willingham

The Baltimore Orioles have been claiming players and discussing trades left and right as Sept. 1 has approached. The O's are clearly looking to add a bat, and they remain engaged in trade talks with both the Seattle Mariners and Minnesota Twins involving outfielders Mike Morse and Josh Willingham, according to Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. #Orioles remain engaged in ongoing...
Via MLB Injury News
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Orioles claim Mike Morse off waivers

The Orioles are looking to acquire a bat before the end of August and are exploring many options. They have claimed Josh Willingham and Kendrys Morales off waivers and have talked to the Twins about a deal for Justin Morneau, but the Orioles are still trying to find another bat and have claimed another power hitter. The Baltimore Orioles have claimed Seattle Mariners outfielder...
Via MLB Injury News
August 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Orioles place claim on Michael Morse, Josh Willingham

getty images The Baltimore Orioles are trying to find ways to add to their lineup. Michael Morse and Josh Willingham have both been claimed by the Orioles after being placed on revocable waivers. Now the Orioles must find a way to acquire one or both of the players before this weekend comes to a close. Baltimore is desperate to improve their options at designated hitter which has...
Via Tireball.com
August 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Mariners' Mike Morse out with sore wrist

The Seattle Mariners held outfielder Mike Morse out of the lineup for the second consecutive game as the slugger continues to be hampered by a left wrist injury. Acting manager Robby Thompson told reporters -- including Greg Johns of MLB.com -- that Morse is dealing with lingering discomfort, and it's not clear when he'll be returning to Seattle's lineup. "Nothing...
Via MLB Injury News
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Chris Davis hit a ball off a warehouse, Mike Morse didn’t bother looking

“Welp, that’s gone.”
Via MLB GIFS
August 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Mariners rumors: Seattle hoping to re-sign Mike Morse, Kendrys Morales

As the trade deadline approached Wednesday, many were anticipating the Seattle Mariners would make several moves, shedding veteran players with expiring contracts to bolster their farm system and add money to their coffers. However, Seattle didn’t make any significant moves, deciding instead to retain players such as Mike Morse, Kendrys Morales and Raul Ibanez. General...
Via MLB Injury News
August 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Mariners' Mike Morse to begin rehab assignment this week

Seattle Mariners outfielder Mike Morse tested his ailing quadriceps strain -- which sent him to the 15-day disabled list on June 21 -- by running the bases this weekend. All seems to be going well in his rehab from injury, and manager Eric Wedge said if that continues to be the case Morse will begin a rehab assignment in the minors this week, according to Jeremy Warnemuende of...
Via MLB Injury News
July 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Mariners' Mike Morse nearing rehab assignment

Seattle Mariners outfielder Mike Morse will test his strained right quad on the base paths today. If all goes well, manager Eric Wedge told Larry Stone of The Seattle Times that Morse will be sent out on a minor league rehab assignment. “He’s getting closer,” Wedge said. “We’ll see how he does on the bases tomorrow. When he gets to the point he’s all the way back...
Via MLB Injury News
July 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Mariners’ Mike Morse to return this week

Seattle Mariners outfielder Mike Morse missed his fifth consecutive game due to a strained quadriceps yesterday, but manager Eric Wedge told Greg Johns of MLB.com that he hopes to have him back in the lineup in the next few days. "I'm hoping to get him at first base sometime early to midweek here," Wedge said prior to Sunday's series finale with the Twins...
Via MLB Injury News
June 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners split four games vs. Padres

After snapping a season-high eight game losing streak, the Seattle Mariners kept things heading in the right direction against the San Diego Padres.  The Mariners earned back-to-back series splits: splitting two in Safeco on Monday and Tuesday then two on the road in San Diego on Wednesday and Thursday.  The Mariners, one game under .500 after the Yankee series a couple weeks ago...
Via isportsweb.com
May 31, 2013  |  Discuss
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