Latest Update LoMo doubles in a run in win Sat Aug, 16, 05:25 AM
Has great size and plenty of run-producing ability. Can play both first base and the corner outfield positions. Is quite patient for a power hitter.
Flaws: : His home-run ability is not overwhelming, so he needs to cut down on his strikeout totals to maximize output. Is not refined as an outfielder.
Morrison has now hit safely in nine of his last 10 games, which has him slashing .333 with one home run, six RBI and nine runs scored in the month of August. However, even with his recent performance he is still slashing just .231/.285/.361 with six home runs and 24 RBI through 216 at-bats, making him a fringe fantasy option outside of AL-only formats.Analyst: Matthew Beck
The home run was Morrison's sixth of the year. It's been a disappointing season for the first baseman as he's battled injury and performed poorly when healthy. His 23 home-run-season in 2011 (just 123 games) was three years ago. He's played 232 games in the past three seasons, hitting precisely 23 home runs in that time. Ugh. Analyst: Spencer Silva
He is actually hitting lefties better this season, albeit in a small 35 AB sample size. Injuries have derailed his career since his breakout season in 2011, so keeping him healthy is always a project, but a necessary task if the team is to take advantage of his essentially mediocre hitting.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
LoMo was on a nice roll to start off the month, but has just two hits over his last 22 at-bats (six games) and the home run was just his first since he went yard twice back on June 23rd. Morrison is still just too inconsistent to rely on in most fantasy formats at this point.Analyst: Michael Pichan