|Sep. 2 12:17 PM PT1:17 PM MT2:17 PM CT3:17 PM ET15:17 ET19:17 GMT3:17 12:17 PM MST2:17 PM EST2:47 PM VEN23:17 UAE2:17 PM CT-The Toronto Blue Jays activated right-hander Brandon Morrow from the disabled list.
Analysis: Morrow had been sidelined because of an injured right finger since early May.
|Apr. 27 11:38 AM PT12:38 PM MT1:38 PM CT2:38 PM ET14:38 ET18:38 GMT2:38 11:38 AM MST1:38 PM EST2:08 PM VEN22:38 UAE1:38 PM CT-Morrow turned in one of baseball's weirdest efforts in history Saturday.
Analysis: Morrow lasted 2 2-3 innings, not allowing a hit but walking a career-high eight and allowing four runs. He's the second pitcher in the last 100 years to walk at least eight, allow four runs and not yield a hit so fans up in Canada can say they saw history. It proves baseball can be a funny game.
|Apr. 16 9:05 PM PT10:05 PM MT11:05 PM CT12:05 AM ET0:05 ET4:05 GMT12:05 9:05 PM MST11:05 PM EST11:35 PM VEN8:05 UAE11:05 PM CT-Morrow lasted 3 2-3 innings on a 35-degree night at Target Field on Tuesday.
Analysis: Morrow threw 98 pitches without getting through the fourth. He allowed only two runs but this was still a bad effort. "I didn't feel helpless. I was still trying on every pitch. But nothing was working," Morrow said.
|Apr. 10 12:44 PM PT1:44 PM MT2:44 PM CT3:44 PM ET15:44 ET19:44 GMT3:44 12:44 PM MST2:44 PM EST3:14 PM VEN23:44 UAE2:44 PM CT-Morrow pitched six solid innings and Toronto beat Houston 7-3 for its third victory in four games.
Analysis: Blue Jays manager John Gibbons thought Morrow "had that look about him" as he faced the Astros on Wednesday night. The right-hander allowed three runs and five hits in six innings, walked one and struck out nine. "I thought he was very aggressive tonight," Gibbons said.
|Apr. 4 2:18 PM PT3:18 PM MT4:18 PM CT5:18 PM ET17:18 ET21:18 GMT5:18 2:18 PM MST4:18 PM EST4:48 PM VEN1:18 UAE (+1)4:18 PM CT-Morrow suffered Thursday's loss to the Rays.
Analysis: Morrow gave up four runs and seven hits over five innings in his first start since May 28. The right-hander missed the final four months last season due to an entrapped radial nerve in his right forearm. "That was a tough one where you feel like you pitched better than the line," Morrow said.