Matt Morris

Pittsburgh Pirates #35 - Pitcher

  • Born: 08/09/74
  • Age: 40
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 215

Top Secret! Why Kyle Lohse is still unemployed


Yes, it's exceptionally strange that Kyle Lohse is still searching for gainful employment. Tuesday, Buster Olney offered a couple of reasons (via Twitter) for Lohse's situation: Longtime MLB...

If this man is your upgrade, you've got problems

These St. Louis Cardinals seem more difficult than most to improve. What did they do the last time they disappointed us?

Giants fans react to strange Game 7 win

Game 7 wasn't one for the ages, but Giants fans are excited to be moving on.

MLB Trade Rumors: A.J. Burnett Deal Potentially A Good Idea For Pirates


Fangraphs explains why trading for A.J. Burnett, for whom the Yankees no longer have any use, makes sense for the Pirates.↵↵By blindly trusting headlines, one would believe that Burnett is one...

End of November, Chat

The Winter Meetings will be kicking off soon, and there should be movement a-plenty there this year. For now, though, things remain slow. It's always this way this time of year, but it feels a...

St. Louis Cardinals All-Star Moments: Matt Morris's Non-Appearance in 2002

As the 2011 MLB All-Star Game approaches, a look at some memorable All-Star moments in St. Louis Cardinals history.

This Day In Astros History: April 14, 1997


Revisiting a big win in St. Louis by the 1997 Astros, led by none other than Billy Spiers.

Career Profile: Matt Morris


Career Profile for former major league starter Matt Morris. What was he like as a prospect?



Friday: Prospect of the Day; Post-Hype Analysis for Rick PorcelloSaturday: Career Profiles for Paul Konerko and Matt MorrisSunday: Guest ColumnHigh school and junior college prospects are pushed...

A Brief Remembrance of Chris Carpenter


A Brief Remembrance of Chris Carpenter - Still pitching and already one for the modern era history books

Bob Nutting Is Not A Cartoon Villain


Pirates owner Bob Nutting isn't perfect, but his critics would do well to acknowledge his strengths.

6/22/2002 - Kile dies in his sleep

(Joe Girardi. Photo via Cincinnati Enquirer) On a Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field, the Cubs and Cardinals were in an unexpected delay. 20 minutes had passed and the game had yet to begin. Cubs...

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