Morgan, also known as his alter ego Tony Plush, hit .294 with 11 home runs in 108 games with the BayStars last season. In the majors, he is a career .280 hitter, mostly known for his energetic play and on the field antics.
According to Morgan’s agent, Jonathan Maurer, 6-8 clubs have shown interest in signing the left-handed hitter.
“We’ve had interest from teams who see him as a guy who could come in and spell a starter or possibly earn more playing time,” Maurer told Crasnick.
Morgan’s claim to fame came in the 2011 NLDS when he was a member of the Milwaukee Brewers. In the bottom of the tenth inning during Game 5 versus the Arizona Diamondbacks, Morgan laced a base hit up the middle, scoring Carlos Gomez from second and sending the Brewers to the National League Championship series.
After a subpar season in 2012, the Brewers outrighted Morgan to Triple-A Nashville and in turn, Morgan claimed free agency and severed his ties with the club.
With the Brewers having so much depth in the outfield, there doesn’t seem to be much steam to a Morgan-Milwaukee reunion. Yet, signing Morgan would skyrocket sales and the team would be an absolute joy to watch.
Until then, I GOTTA GO.