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San Jose Mercury News Mar 21, 2017
Giants hope to persuade injured Michael Morse to continue his career

Giants hope to persuade injured Michael Morse to continue his career

Michael Morse had planned to retire if he didn't make the Giants' opening day roster, and after he injured his hamstring, his teammates are hoping to convince him to keep fighting.
CSN Bay Area Mar 21, 2017

Morse hurts hamstring, joins growing group of injured Giants

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Head trainer Dave Groeschner was headed back to camp Tuesday after several weeks with the Dutch team in the World Baseball Classic. All of a sudden, he's returning to a crowded trainer's room.After a remarkably healthy month, the Giants are dropping left and right, changing some important races for opening day spots. The latest to go down was Michael Morse. The bench candidate hurt his hamstring during Monday's game and he's expected to be out "a while," per a team official. Morse was on track to win the fifth outfield job.
CSN Bay Area Mar 21, 2017

Morse out at least two weeks; Giants hopeful he keeps playing

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Michael Morse came to camp last month with two options in mind: Make the opening day rosteror go home and settle into retirement. With a week left in the desert, Morse is all of a sudden left with a thirdchoice.Morse injured his left hamstring during Mondays game in Glendale and hes expected to miss at least two weeks. At some point after he celebrates his 35th birthday Wednesday, Morse will have to decide if he wants to rehab and potentially head down to Triple-A to get ready to try and join the Giants.
McCovey Chronicles Mar 22, 2017
Michael Morse is hurt, and the Giants’ bench is wide open

Michael Morse is hurt, and the Giants’ bench is wide open

It looked like an old friend was going to be the power bat off the bench, but hamstrings got in the way. Michael Morse was going to make the Opening Day roster. It seems obvious from the responses to his hamstring injury, with the Giants expressing obvious disappointment and hoping he’ll stick around and rehab with the team. He was going to be the fifth outfielder, with Mac Williamson plying his trade in Sacramento, most likely. Now what? A look at some of the permutations: The infielder-is-now-an-outfielder gambit C - Nick HundleyOF - Gorkys Hernandez/Justin RuggianoINF -...
MLB Trade Rumors Mar 21, 2017

NL West Notes: Morse, Dahl, Rockies, Padres

Mike Morse suffered a hamstring strain that will keep him out of action for at least two weeks, Giants manager Bruce Bochy told reporters (including CSNBayArea.com’s Alex Pavlovic).  That timeline essentially eliminates Morse’s chances of making the Giants’ Opening Day roster, bringing a sour end to what had been an impressive spring for the veteran. …
San Jose Mercury News Mar 21, 2017
Photos: San Francisco Giants defeat San Diego 5-3 in Cactus League action

Photos: San Francisco Giants defeat San Diego 5-3 in Cactus League action

The San Francisco Giants defeated the San Diego Padres 5-3 in Cactus League spring training action. But the win came on the heels of the news that an injury may have derailed the comeback of resurgent veteran Michael Morse, who injured his left hamstring rounding first base in Monday’s game against the White Sox. The […]

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