|June 1 9:31 AM PT10:31 AM MT11:31 AM CT12:31 PM ET12:31 ET16:31 GMT0:31 CST9:31 AM MST11:31 AM EST12:01 PM VEN20:31 UAE11:31 AM CT-The Blue Jays have placed right-hander Brandon Morrow on the 15-day disabled list and called up 40-year-old Ramon Ortiz to replace him.
Analysis: Morrow (2-3) has a 5.63 earned-run average, with 42 strikeouts. The 28-year-old left a start against Atlanta on May 28 after only two innings due to right forearm tightness.
|May 28 12:01 PM PT1:01 PM MT2:01 PM CT3:01 PM ET15:01 ET19:01 GMT3:01 CST12:01 PM MST2:01 PM EST2:31 PM VEN23:01 UAE2:01 PM CT-Morrow left Tuesday's game against Atlanta after just two innings with soreness in his forearm.
Analysis: A Blue Jays spokesman said the injury was not considered serious and that Morrow was not expected to miss his next start. Morrow did not pitch between May 5 and May 18 because of neck and back soreness. He came in 2-3 with a 5.50 ERA in nine starts.
|May 24 10:24 AM PT11:24 AM MT12:24 PM CT1:24 PM ET13:24 ET17:24 GMT1:24 CST10:24 AM MST12:24 PM EST12:54 PM VEN21:24 UAE12:24 PM CT-Morrow got credit for a 12-6 win over Baltimore on Thursday.
Analysis: Morrow allowed six runs and a season-high 10 hits in seven-plus innings. He walked one and struck out five. "It's frustrating for me to go out give up the two home runs without getting an out there in the eighth," Morrow said.
|May 6 10:34 AM PT11:34 AM MT12:34 PM CT1:34 PM ET13:34 ET17:34 GMT1:34 CST10:34 AM MST12:34 PM EST1:04 PM VEN21:34 UAE12:34 PM CT-Morrow allowed two runs and three hits over eight innings, earning his first win in the Blue Jays' 10-2 victory over the Mariners on Sunday.
Analysis: Though it was the best outing in what has been a mediocre season thus far for Morrow, he still issued a season-high five walks.
|May 1 10:55 AM PT11:55 AM MT12:55 PM CT1:55 PM ET13:55 ET17:55 GMT1:55 CST10:55 AM MST12:55 PM EST1:25 PM VEN21:55 UAE12:55 PM CT-Morrow struck out seven and gave up three runs, six hits and three walks over five innings in Toronto's 9-7 win over Boston on Tuesday.
Analysis: Morrow (0-2, 5.29 ERA) still hasn't gone longer than 6 1-3 innings this season and has yielded at least two walks in four of his six starts.
|Mar. 28 2:57 PM PT3:57 PM MT4:57 PM CT5:57 PM ET17:57 ET21:57 GMT5:57 CST2:57 PM MST4:57 PM EST5:27 PM VEN1:57 UAE (+1)3:57 PM CT-Morrow, Toronto's No. 2 starter behind R.A. Dickey, gave up three runs - two earned - and six hits in seven innings of Thursday's 7-2 loss to Philadelphia.
Analysis: He pitched shutout ball until Chase Utley's sixth-inning home run, his fifth homer of spring training. Coming in, Morrow had allowed 15 runs in 15 innings over five starts.