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I think he's that slow. I saw a 2009 game on MASN yesterday and he was just as slow. He's simply not a fast man.
Yeah, hard to tell from as far away as I was, but it just seemed like he was in no rush to get over to those balls in the corner. In any case there is no way that we go into 2013 with him in our outfield, either we move LaRoche out and put Morse at 1st or it's time for the Beast to move on.
Morse sucks in the outfield. Is he really that slow or is it a complete lack of hustle? Some AL team with a DH slot open is in his future.
Michael Morse feels leg spasm during home run trotBy James Wagner , Updated: October 3, 2012As he rounded first base following his eighth inning home run, left fielder Michael Morse felt something in his left hamstring, Nationals Manager Davey Johnson said. It was likely a spasm, he said, the first known leg injury for Morse this season. “Hopefully it was just a spasm,” Johnson said. “Might be a first if somebody pulled a hamstring on a home run.”Morse will receive treatment and no tests, Johnson said. Following the game, as Johnson left the X-ray room for tests on his back, he noticed Morse getting treatment on his leg, “electrodes on there stimulating,” as he put it. Morse’s injury doesn’t appear serious, Johnson said.It has been a trying season for the slugger, who missed the season’s first 50 games with a lateral muscle strain and then has dealt with a bad bone bruise in his left wrist and a sore right hand. After missing four games because of his left wrist, Morse has hit .326 (17 for 52) with five home runs and 13 RBI. With Wednesday’s home run, Morse finishes the regular season hitting .291/.321/.470 with 18 home runs and 62 RBI in 102 games.
Perhaps, they are related.
From the stands on the 3b side, Morse disappeared in the corner for awhile... I thought he may have sat down and had a sandwich....
Morse? No chance he sits tomorrow unless he gets hit by a truck between now and then. None.
If he's injured and can't run, there's a very good chance he doesn't start. This is desperation time.
That's what Chris Carpenter does.
Throw up softballs that should be destroyed?
He has a speed spasm.
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