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CSN Bay Area Jan 3, 2017

Report: Giants showing interest in Korean infielder Jae-gyun Hwang

The Giants are yet to sign a big-name bat during this offseason, most notably bringing back Michael Morse on a minor-league deal and also signing
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Michael Morse’s best games with the Giants

Michael Morse’s best games with the Giants

He had some big hits. You remember some of those big hits. Michael Morse is back! Michael Morse was a delightful presence on the 2014 Giants and a very good hitter, and he would also often stand in left field, which was good because baseball teams need someone to do that. Michael Morse is also very easy to root for, partly because he is a hitter who likes the Giants. How much does he like the Giants? Let Hank Schulman explain! General manager Bobby Evans said Morse contacted the Giants seeking the contract. Awwww! Anyway, Michael Morse is back, at least for Spring Training: Evans said he...
CSN Bay Area Dec 27, 2016

Krukow: Giants bringing back Morse smart for more than just his bat

As the heavy lifting appears to be over for the Giants this offseason, the team did sign an intriguing name in former 2014 postseason hero Michael Morse
Bay City Ball Dec 26, 2016

Giants add bench depth with newly signed trio

Per Baseball America’s Matt Eddy, the Giants have signed 1B Michael Morse, OF Justin Ruggiano, and C/1B Josmil Pinto to minor league deals. Morse, who turns 35 in March, is well known to Giants fans for his successful one year run with the team in 2014. (Also, for this home run which resulted in me nearly jumping through…
KFFL Dec 25, 2016

Giants | Michael Morse signed

The San Francisco Giants have signed free-agent 1B Michael Morse (Pirates) to a minor league ...
McCovey Chronicles Dec 24, 2016
Giants sign Michael Morse, Justin Ruggiano

Giants sign Michael Morse, Justin Ruggiano

The pair offers depth, nostalgia. Justin Ruggiano has been a productive hitter when healthy. But, ay, there’s the rub: He’s almost never healthy. Just last year, the 34-year-old was on the DL twice for hamstring and shoulder issues, a problem that’s dogged him for most of his career, and, oh, who am I kidding, you’re here to read about Michael Morse. Morse is back! Hunter Pence’s Sweetums-sized pal, postseason hero, and all around lovable lug Michael Morse is coming back to the Giants on a minor-league deal (first reported by Matt Eddy of Baseball America). As a baseball move,...

Giants give Morse a shot to come out of ‘retirement’

Michael Morse spent the summer sandbagging everyone, posting photos on social media that showed him frolicking in his pool with his family, on a boat in the waters off Florida, and hinting that he was enjoying a life of leisure as a retired ballplayer. To the contrary, the 34-year-old outfielder and first baseman wants to play after taking almost all of 2016 off, and the Giants will give him the opportunity. General manager Bobby Evans confirmed that the Giants have signed Morse to a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. Morse’s big swing and outsized personality made...

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