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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Michael Morse
There are still Nationals fans that believe that Morse is the missing piece of Washington's championship puzzle — which is puzzling, considering his dismal performance last season. Morse should be celebrated by Nationals fans — for what he brought to Washington with his departure.
San Francisco first baseman Michael Morse has been scratched from the lineup after fouling a ball off his left foot during batting practice.
Michael Morse rewarded his manager for giving him a rare day off.
Allen Craig is regaining his form at the plate.
Michael Morse looked baffled after missing wildly on a wicked curve from Minnesota starter Ricky Nolasco in the fifth inning.
Julio Teheran has pitched well most of the season - just not against the San Francisco Giants.
Maybe the Giants won't keep up their current home-run pace, but the surge in power isn't a surprise to manager Bruce Bochy.
Despite his various struggles over the last three years, Tim Lincecum always likes facing the Atlanta Braves.
Bud Black has a pretty good idea why the San Diego Padres are off to another slow start. The veteran manager also knows it will get a lot rougher for his ballclub if things don't change soon.
Giants slugger Michael Morse received a couple of batting tips from home run king Barry Bonds during spring training.
The San Diego Padres' rotation is living up to expectations.
The San Francisco Giants are scuffling to the point that manager Bruce Bochy doesn't want them to swing before Sunday's series finale against San Diego.
Tim Hudson walked to the dugout after an impressive eight-inning performance in his Giants home debut and hardly realized 42,000 people were celebrating him with a roaring ovation.
Michael Morse is counting on a comeback season, and the San Francisco Giants fully expect their new left fielder to bring life to a lineup that sure could use some added power.
Everything went right for Madison Bumgarner. He pitched well, the Giants provided him more than enough offense and they played strong defense behind him. The bullpen pitched in, too.
He told USA Today that he still has issues with the Nationals' decision two years ago to shut Stephen Strasburg down as part of their Tommy John surgery recovery plan — a decision that looks better in light of the Atlanta Braves sending two of their pitchers back for second surgeries.
"I still got it here," he said. "It's incredible ... it's something I'll always have with the people of D.C. But you know? It's to another level here. It's a whole other level."