Latest Update Michael Morse is not in the Giants starting lineup Thursday Thu Aug, 28, 02:09 PM
Has huge size, big-time power and a strong arm when he is in the outfield. Also displays run-producing ability and versatility in the field.
Flaws: : Doesn't really have a position where he excels defensively. Also, he doesn't run much at all and lacks a little range and overall polish.
Morse is hitting .304 in the month of August with nine run, one home run and nine RBI.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Morse has been on a tear of late, going 9-for-14 (.643 BA) with four extra-base hits (1 HR), four RBI and four runs scored over his last five games. However, after posting 14 home runs in the first half, the Giants slugger has logged only two long balls over his last 85 at-bats, so hopefully this recent surge will get him moving back in the right direction when his fantasy owners need him most. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Although Morse has been able to own a .317 average in the second half of the season, he has just two home runs and 10 RBI to show for it. He is now sitting on a .281 average with 16 home runs and 56 RBI through 395 at-bats as he remains on pace to record his first 20 home run season since 2011, although his production has decreased since returning from the All-Star break. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Morse, like many of the Giants, is doing a good job of keeping the batting average up and has hit safely in six of his last seven games. However, this home run was his first in 12 games and these RBI were his first in his last six. In fact, through 11 games in the month of August, he has just the one home run with six RBI and just two runs scored. The ability to produce more is certainly there, so hopefully this game can be used as a springboard.Analyst: Howard Bender