1:38 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014
Washington Post 8 hours ago

Michael Morse savors sweet season in San Francisco

In the middle of 2009, Michael Morse played for Class AAA Tacoma, an afterthought in his own organization. He had been a shortstop, and a third baseman, and he was huge, so the Seattle Mariners decided he had no position and stuck him in the minors. The Mariners thought one more defensive outfielder may help them make the playoffs. They asked the Nationals about Ryan Langerhans. Read full article >>

Juan Perez in left, why Michael Morse is not starting, plus Game 4 lineups

Michael Morse doubles as a pinch-hitter in Game 3. That will be his role in Game 4. The lineup for Game 4 has Juan Perez in left field against left-hander Jason Vargas. Brandon Belt is at first base and Michael Morse is on the bench. “Morse hasn’t been out there in a couple of months and the wind will be howling out there,” Bochy said about the decision to start Perez in left over Morse. Bochy also did not weaken his infield defense by removing Belt. The Giants need to generate more offense early to avoid the Royals bullpen. They have scored four runs total in Game 2 and 3.
KFFL Oct 18, 2014

Giants | Michael Morse is fully healthy

The San Francisco Giants have not yet announced who will serve as the designated hitter ...
CSN Washington Oct 17, 2014

Michael Morse is headed to the World Series with Giants

Former Nats' fan favorite Michael Morse is heading to the World Series and will face off with one of his former teammates in Washington.
POSTGAME NOTES: Morse makes good on Bum’s call; Ishikawa has “career-defining” moment; Affeldt shows off the wheels

POSTGAME NOTES: Morse makes good on Bum’s call; Ishikawa has “career-defining” moment; Affeldt shows off the wheels

Buster Posey told Michael Morse to just “touch” the ball. Easier said than done against Pat Neshek, who was perfect in this series until that point. “I still can’t believe Morse hit that ball out. I couldn’t pick Neshek up,”… Continue Reading → 
Morse, Ishikawa lead Giants to World Series

Morse, Ishikawa lead Giants to World Series

SAN FRANCISCO • The Cardinals were leading 3-2 when pinch hitter Michael Morse came to the plate to start the eighth inning. That at-bat started a whirlwind of ecstasy for the San Francisco Gi…
San Jose Mercury News Oct 17, 2014

Morse's home run sets stage for Giants

Michael Morse hits his first home run since Aug. 15 to tie the score and set the stage for the San Francisco Giants' win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 5 of the NLSC, propelling the Giants into the World Series

SF Giants Michael Morse: ‘Hopefully I don’t get used much’

Michael Morse celebrated the Division Series clinching, then went to Arizona for some at-bats St. Louis – Michael Morse arrived at Papago Park on Phoenix on Thursday to gets some at-bats in an instructional league game at the A’s complex and was hit by déjà vu. “I sat down and I’m like, ‘This is weird,’” Morse said Sunday. Fourteen years ago, the just-drafted White Sox prospect hit his first professional home run on that same field in an Arizona Rookie League game. It went to straightaway center. On Thursday, his left oblique fully healed, Morse got a 2-2 curveball from an...
KFFL Oct 12, 2014

Giants | Michael Morse unlikely to start

San Francisco Giants OF Michael Morse is not expected to start any games during the ...
NLCS NOTES: Morse is back on the roster, but Bochy doesn’t see him in starting lineup yet; Giants have strong matchup Sunday

NLCS NOTES: Morse is back on the roster, but Bochy doesn’t see him in starting lineup yet; Giants have strong matchup Sunday

Michael Morse came to San Francisco in part because he wanted another shot at the postseason, but if all goes according to plan, Morse won’t be a key figure this series. Manager Bruce Bochy added Morse to the NLCS roster… Continue Reading → 

Why Michael Morse is not in left for SF Giants, plus lineups

Tim Lincecum has some fun during batting practice today. Watching is batting-practice pitcher John Yandle. The Giants are finishing batting practice on a cool, but dry late afternoon. Their lineup will look familiar to those who watched the wild-card win over Pittsburgh and the first three games of the Division Series against Washington. Travis Ishikawa is in left field, not Michael Morse, the everyday left fielder for most of the season. Manager Bruce Bochy provided the expected reasoning. Morse has been out so long, since Aug. 31 (except for two at-bats in a September game), Bochy does not...
NLCS Game 1 Lineups: Morse is back, but it’s still Ishikawa in left

NLCS Game 1 Lineups: Morse is back, but it’s still Ishikawa in left

The Giants had one change to the roster that won the NLDS, adding Michael Morse and bumping Gary Brown. But it’s Travis Ishikawa back in left field tonight, which isn’t a surprise. A reminder: Morse has just two at-bats since… Continue Reading → 
Sacramento Bee Oct 11, 2014

Giants add Morse for NLCS

The San Francisco Giants made one change to their roster for the National League Championship Series against St. Louis, adding outfielder Michael Morse in place of Gary Brown.
KFFL Oct 11, 2014

Giants | Michael Morse to be available Game 1

San Francisco Giants OF Michael Morse (oblique) will be available off the bench during Game ...
Sacramento Bee Oct 10, 2014

Giants expect to have Michael Morse available for NLCS

Michael Morse wasn't available to meet the media during Friday's workout at Busch Stadium, but a tweet he sent hours earlier told the story of his day. The tweet contained seven tiny caricatures of an airplane.

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