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Michael Morse (1B,LF,RF)

San Francisco Giants

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Michael Morse News & Advice

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Yahoo | Apr 14th, 2:32am
Morse usually bats fifth or sixth for the Giants, a reasonable spot for run production (slotted behind Belt, Sandoval, Posey , and Pence). And you love seeing Moose production in April for once, as it's been his worst month over his career . Time to work on that ownership tag, gamers; Morse is still unclaimed in about 60 percent of Yahoo leagues. - Scott Pianowski
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Yahoo! Sports | Apr 11th, 2:27pm
Michael Morse has crammed a lot of movement into his decade of major league baseball. He's been an infielder (even a middle infielder), an outfielder, a DH. He's been a National and an Oriole and a Mariner, twice. He's been a PED-suspended player. He's been in and out of fantasy relevance, too. Looks like 2014 could be an on year for this vagabond slugger. Morse opened the year as San Francisco's...
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Roto Authority | Apr 10th, 7:01pm
Michael Morse is someone I was intrigued by before draft day,and unlike many such players, he's actually hitting the ball. He was so bad last year that it's easy to forget how good a hitter he was from 2011-12. - Alex McCrum
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CBS Sports | Apr 10th, 8:07am
He's been added in just five percent of leagues over the last week, but it wasn't long ago that Morse was raking for the Nationals. He's had two straight injury plagued seasons, so I can understand the hesitation of Fantasy owners a little bit. However, he's healthy now and off to a great start. Right now, he's a very cheap option and could end up being a steal off waivers. - Michael Hurcomb
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Roto Professor | Mar 30th, 1:18am
He has yet to hit a home run this spring, but has also been limited to just 19 AB. Coming off a couple of down years, Morse is available at a discount this season. With power at a premium, he's well worth the gamble. - Eric Stashin