Mariners first baseman Michael Morse went 1 for 3 with a double and a walk in his return to the lineup Friday against the A's. He sat Wednesday with a quad injury.
Morse's double was just his seventh of the season. He's hit .242/.305/.448 with 11 home runs and 23 RBI in 194 at-bats this season.
Mariners first baseman/outfielder Michael Morse is in Friday's lineup against the A's, batting fifth and playing first base. He recently missed eight games with a quad injury and hasn't started since Tuesday.
Morse has hit .241/.301/.445 with 11 home runs and 23 RBI in 191 at-bats this season.
Kendrys Morales and Mike Morse were both out of the Seattle Mariners' Wednesday lineup against the Houston Astros as they continue to battle what the team is characterizing as minor injuries. Manager Eric Wedge told Greg Johns of MLB.com that he's hoping yesterday's rest coupled with today's off-day will allow Morales and Morse to be ready for the team's upcoming seven-game road trip that begins...
Mariners outfielder Michael Morse (quad) did not start Wednesday against Houston due to his injury, MLB.com reports. Morse took early batting practice, however.
Morse is not healthy and would likely be on the disabled list if Justin Smoak wasn't currently residing there. With Smoak nearing a return, Morse could be headed there next if he doesn't continue to show improvement.
Mariners outfielder Michael Morse would be on the disabled list if Justin Smoak was healthy, the Seattle Times reports Monday. Manager Eric Wedge confirmed the report.
When asked, Wedge said Morse would be on the shelf, instead of being the designated hitter with a sore quad, as he was Monday against the Astros.
Morse cannot play the field at the moment. Smoak is nearing a rehab assignment...