Brandon Morrow should be kept around in the 2009 MLB off-season to be groomed as the team’s future closer. Morrow has been the subject of fan dismay for the past few seasons. After being drafted a handful of spots ahead of 2008 Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum, then bouncing between the bullpen and the starting rotation—by both his own and the front office’s volition—he’s become a target for frustration. I even wrote an article early in the season, claiming that he’d started his own clock on his departure upon re-joining the bullpen. That still stands true. Blogs and traditional journalism outlets have called for an off-season trade. Morrow may still have value disproportionate to the results he’s produced, based solely on his immense physical ta ...
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