Latest Update First base options Marlins are considering are Michael Morse and Justin Morneau. Tue Dec, 09, 03:53 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.
Either player would serve as an upgrade to what the Marlins were dealing with last season. They would probably be better off with Morse who has better power potential in that ballpark than Morneau whose resurgence last year was heavily driven by home games at Coors Field.Analyst: Howard Bender
The addition of the DH to the San Francisco line up as it allowed the Giants to play their nine best hitters. Morse dealt with some injuries during the year, but he got healthy at the right time for the Giants' postseason run. His two RBIs were huge in their win tonight.Analyst: Colby Conway
Morse has been dealing with an illness, but it doesn't seem to be too bad. He was able to tough it out for Game 3, and will look to do the same if he is called upon as a pinch hitter in game four. Analyst: Ben Diamond
Morse has done much of his damage in the postseason as a pinch hitter, though he started games 1 and 2 of the World Series as the Giants designated hitter. Morse will likely continue to come off the bench unless the series returns to Kansas City.Analyst: Steve Pimental