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BRYAN MORRIS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Marlins Injury Update: Bryan Morris done for season

The Miami Marlins lost the Washington Nationals on Friday by the score of 3-2. The loss dropped the Marlins to 74-79 on the season, third in the National League East. With seven games left in the season the Marlins have an outside chance of reaching the .500 mark. They'll have to do so without the services of reliever Bryan Morris, who is done for the season with a lingering...
Via MLB Injury News
September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins Injury Update: Bryan Morris out with groin strain

The Miami Marlins enter second game of a weekend series against the Atlanta Braves having lost 5-2 on Friday to drop their record to 65-68 on the season. At 11 games out with 29 games left to play, the Marlins are looking to work their way back to .500 by season's end. In order to do so, they will need to improve on a pitching staff that is 20th in the league in ERA. The bullpen...
Via MLB Injury News
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryan Morris traded to Marlins

The @Pirates today traded pitcher Bryan Morris to the @Marlins for the 39th overall selection (competitive balance A) in the 2014 Draft. — Pittsburgh Pirates (@Pirates) June 1, 2014 Seems like a good move for the Bucs and a head-scratcher for the Fish.  Morris – despite good looking “stuff”- has been simply awful recently (anyone who has watched won’t be fooled by the...
Via Raise the Jolly Roger!
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Pirates trade Bryan Morris to Marlins for 39th pick in draft

This is kind of random and out of the blue: the Pirates announced today that they traded Bryan Morris to the Marlins for the 39th pick int his year’s draft. The 39th overall pick is one of the “competitive lottery” picks given to bad/small market teams after each of the first two rounds of the draft, which are the only tradeable picks in the draft. You may recall that the Pirates...
Via WHYGAVS?
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins acquire reliever Bryan Morris in trade with Pirates

MIAMI -- In a move that indicates the organization is focused on trying to win now, the Miami Marlins traded away their No. 39 competitive balance pick in this week's First-Year Player Draft for Pittsburgh Pirates right-handed reliever Bryan Morris. The Marlins (28-27) decided on the move late Saturday hours after five relievers combined to issue five walks and allow four runs...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates: Curse in full effect?

(Follow me on Twitter @jim_krug; opening image terrible umpiring; image credit sbnation) Meals’ blown 19th inning call; image credit tumblr Are the Pittsburgh Pirates doomed to never make the playoffs, let alone finish above .500 again?  Are they cursed?  It’s highly unlikely.  PNC Park doesn’t appear to have been built on top of any burial ground, and the manner in which...
Via isportsweb.com
August 14, 2013  |  Discuss

The Tricky Rules Surrounding the Morris and Leroux Transactions

Chris Leroux can refuse an outright assignment and become a free agent. Earlier today the Pirates called up Bryan Morris and designated Chris Leroux for assignment. It seems like a simple process for each player. Usually when a player is DFAd, he is placed on waivers and outrighted to Triple-A. With Morris, he had been optioned to start the year, and was just recalled. But there...
Via Pirates Prospects
April 12, 2013  |  Discuss

First Pitch: Bryan Morris in Triple-A Might Not Be a Bad Idea

Bryan Morris was optioned to Triple-A today. One day after we learned that Bryan Morris had a fourth option year, the Pittsburgh Pirates optioned Morris to Triple-A. It’s coincidental in the way that it played out. Baseball America reported the players with additional option years yesterday. The Pirates and Morris had known for a few months. I’ve been saying for the better part...
Via Pirates Prospects
March 23, 2013  |  1 Comment

Bryan Morris Gets a Fourth Option Year

  Bryan Morris has an extra option year. Baseball America has a list of players who received the rare fourth option year (h/t Bucs Dugout). We already knew two of the Pirates on the list who had received fourth options: Pedro Alvarez and Andy Oliver. One player who was unexpected was Bryan Morris. From what I can gather from Baseball America’s description of the rules, Morris...
Via Pirates Prospects
March 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates 2013 Top Prospects: #15 – Bryan Morris

The Pirates Prospects 2013 Prospect Guide is now on sale. The book features over 250 prospect reports, the 2013 top 50 prospects, and the most comprehensive coverage of the Pirates’ farm system that you can find.  While the top 50 prospects are exclusive to the book, we will be releasing the top 20 prospects over the next few weeks.  Be sure to purchase your copy of the book on...
Via Pirates Prospects
January 14, 2013  |  Discuss
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