1B,DH,Util - FA
Former Brewers 1B Logan Morrison has elected free agency.
Morrison was designated for assignment and cleared waivers. It's unlikely he finds an everyday role at this point in the season.
1B Logan Morrison was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Monday.
Morrison appeared in nine games for the Brewers this season, but failed to make an impact. He slashed .120/.214/.280 with one home run, two RBI and three runs scored across 28 plate appearances. LoMo will look to latch onto another team.
Logan Morrison went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Friday's 8-3 loss to the Reds.
Morrison continues to fill in for Ryan Braun (finger) and crushed his first home run of the season off Trevor Bauer in the fourth inning. He is slashing .167/.211/.389 with one home run and two runs scored for the season. Morrison is not worth adding at this time as Braun is expected to be activated from the injured list soon,
The Brewers added Logan Morrison to their 40-man roster.
Morrison signed a minor-league deal with Milwaukee over the offseason but was recently informed he made the Opening Day roster. The 32-year-old reportedly dropped 20-25 pounds during the COVID-19 shutdown. He'll serve as a bench bat for the Brewers in 2020.
Logan Morrison told Adam McCalvy of MLB.com that he has lost 20-25 pounds since spring training was shut down.
Morrison changed his diet over the offseason but told McCalvy he didn't perfect it until late March. The 32-year-old will be a part-time player for Milwaukee this year but could see some extra at bats with the universal DH.