3:31 AM EDT, Sat April 19, 2014

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Rotoworld
Michael Morse (hamstring) is not in the Giants starting lineup on Friday.
7 hours ago
KFFL
San Francisco Giants OF Michael Morse (hamstring) is not in the starting lineup Friday, April ...
Rotoworld 7 hours ago

Morse (hamstring) not in lineup on Friday - Michael Morse (OF) San Francisco Giants

Michael Morse (hamstring) is not in the Giants starting lineup on Friday.
KFFL 7 hours ago

Giants | Michael Morse not in lineup

San Francisco Giants OF Michael Morse (hamstring) is not in the starting lineup Friday, April ...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 14, 2014

Michael Morse paying off handsomely for San Francisco Giants

San Francisco Giants' new left fielder Michael Morse has quickly established himself as a force in manager Bruce Bochy's lineup.
Washington Post Apr 11, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Is it time for the Nationals to retire ‘Take On Me’?

After struggling in stints with Seattle and Baltimore since he left the Nationals after the 2012 season, Michael Morse is back to doing Beast Mode-like things in San Francisco. Morse is batting .400 with two home runs through 10 games. He blasted a two-out, two-run double to the deepest part of AT&T Park last night, prompting this tweet from Giants beat reporter Andrew Baggarly. Read full article >>

Torn labrum to sideline Sox's Garcia for season

Chicago White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia will miss the rest of the 2014 season after suffering a torn labrum in his left shoulder, the team said Thursday.
San Jose Mercury News Apr 8, 2014

Giants' Michael Morse uses 1980's pop song for his A-ha moment

Outfielder Michael Morse hopes San Francisco Giants fans will have as much fun with his walk-up song, 'Take on Me,' much like Nationals fans did
Sacramento Bee Apr 7, 2014

Giants, Morse bolt to 5-2 start

Since the day left fielder Michael Morse signed a one-year deal with the Giants, teammates and coaches have been comparing him to right fielder Hunter Pence. It turns out Morse, like Pence, already had an inspirational motto.
Sacramento Bee Apr 7, 2014
Giants' Morse, Hudson gear up for home debuts

Giants' Morse, Hudson gear up for home debuts

Michael Morse is counting on a comeback season, and the San Francisco Giants fully expect their new left fielder to bring life to a lineup that sure could use some added power. San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Hudson, right, gets a hug from manager Bruce Bochy after Hudson was pulled from the baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the eighth inning, Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in Phoenix. San Francisco Giants' Michael Morse, left, high-fives the bench after scoring on a fielder's choice in the second inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers in a baseball game on Saturday,...
San Jose Mercury News Mar 28, 2014

Giants' new left fielder Michael Morse has forgettable debut

San Francisco Giants outfielder Michael Morse made a mess of AT&T Park's tough left field, dropping a routine fly ball and misplaying two more balls against the Oakland A's.

SPRING NOTES: Morse gets a hard first lesson at AT&T, Hudson still sharpening heading into season

Giants fans may have cringed a bit Thursday night watching Michael Morse make his home-team debut in left field at AT&T Park. Morse overran a double in the corner. He dropped a lazy fly ball for an error. He miss-timed… Continue Reading →

Pagan, Morse in action for SF Giants; Scutaro, not so much

Left fielder Michael Morse played six innings in a Triple-A game against the Rockies on Thursday, hit a home run, chased balls down in the outfield and declared that he felt “great, awesome. I didn’t feel anything” in the injured right calf. This was Morse’s first game in 12 days. He expects to be in the lineup for Friday night’s Cactus League game against the A’s, which will be televised on CSN Bay Area at 6:30 p.m. He begged into tonight’s game against the Padres, but manager Bruce Bochy said no. “I felt good. Surprisingly,” Morse said. “My body felt good. The first...

Thursday morning notes, links and line-ups ... McClendon says the shortstop race is still even

  Here's the travel roster ... In the competition for the starting shortstop position, it would seem that Brad Miller has taken a formidable advantage of Nick Franklin. Miller, the incumbent, has been on fire at the plate this spring. He's hitting .447 (17-for-38) with a double, four triples, four homers, eight RBI and 13 runs scored. He's got a 1.512 on-base plus slugging percentage. He's also played solid defense and made the routine plays.  If there were a Cactus League MVP (the Mike Morse trophy), he'd be winning it.  (That's a joke, maybe). Meanwhile, Franklin has been good, but...

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