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San Jose Mercury News Jul 24, 2014

Giants lose to Phillies on Michael Morse's error

San Francisco Giants' Michael Morse's fifth-inning error leads to winning run for Philadelphia Phillies
Rotoworld Jul 18, 2014

Morse has three hits, RBI in win - Michael Morse (OF) San Francisco Giants

Michael Morse was 3-for-4 with an RBI single and two runs scored against the Marlins on Friday.
POSTGAME NOTES: Morse, Belt and others help Giants avoid #rockbottom; Sandoval has elbow contusion

POSTGAME NOTES: Morse, Belt and others help Giants avoid #rockbottom; Sandoval has elbow contusion

Tim Hudson was sitting on a clubhouse couch in the top of the ninth, recovering from his start and watching a lineup that was headed for a 19th loss in 24 games. And then Michael Morse returned to his April… Continue Reading →The post POSTGAME NOTES: Morse, Belt and others help Giants avoid #rockbottom; Sandoval has elbow contusion appeared first on Giants Extra.
McCovey Chronicles Jul 5, 2014

Giants come back late, surprise the absolute hell out of all of us

The Giants lost another heartbreaker, this time getting just two hits against the Padres in another dreadful game. Holy crap. When Michael Morse hit a ninth-inning, game-tying home run, he lost control of his body. He raised his arms up, did a jump-step, whomped himself on the helmet, and pointed madly toward the dugout. Russ Hodges wasn't calling the game on radio, but Morse acted like it. When Sergio Romo got out of a runner-on-third, one-out jam by striking out Carlos Quentin, Romo pointed toward the sky, screaming. He acted like Quentin personally set his house on fire and tossed the...

Giants have fun for a change — beat Padres in 10

SAN DIEGO – It was part Carlton Fisk, part Kirk Gibson, part Sammy Sosa. Michael Morse’s reaction to his ninth-inning home run was something you’d see in the playoffs. Not in an early July game with a team that had lost 18 of 23. But he had a good reason for vehemently jumping out of the box with his right arm waving and also pumping his fist during his jaunt around the bases. It was a long time coming – he had 90 homerless at-bats over 23 games, two RBIs over 23 games. The Giants beat the Padres 5-3 in 10 innings Saturday, and Morse wasn’t the only visiting player to [...]

As promised, Pence leading off for SF Giants, but look who’s hitting second

Here is the new-look lineup for today’s series and homestand finale. Tomorrow, you can replace Joe Panik with Brandon Belt in that spot. You’ll notice Michael Morse is off. He probably needs a day. He’s been scuffling after dealing with the flu. Pence RF Panik 2B Posey C Sandoval 3B Colvin LF Duvall 1B Crawford SS Blanco CF Bumgarner P The Giants are ending a 25-game stretch that included 20 games at home. They are 8-16 so far, a huge disappointment. Twenty-two of the next 33 are on the road. They are 2-7 on this homestand. A win today would give them their first series victory at AT&T...

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