Latest Update Bochy said Michael Morse (oblique) will hopefully start taking batting practice Monday or Tuesday. Sat Sep, 13, 11:04 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.
Bochy has already ruled Morse out for the entire weekend series against the Dodgers. He's only swinging the bat at 50-percent right now and BP Monday or Tuesday seems a little on the optimistic side. Keep him on your bench for the time being and track his progress. He could be a nice asset over the last two weeks of the season if he can start swinging the bat and give you a lat-minute power boost.Analyst: Howard Bender
Morse is still a ways away from returning from an oblique issue, and he is without a timetable. While he won't land on the DL due to expanded rosters, it's hard to see him coming back before next weekend. Analyst: Ben Diamond
Morse has been out for a few weeks now with his oblique injury but the Giants are not forced to place him on the DL thanks to the expanded rosters.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Morse last played on August 31st and has been out ever since with his oblique injury. The Giants have the luxury of expanded rosters and do not need to place Morse on the DL.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba