Adam Morgan

#39 SP / Philadelphia Phillies / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 195 lb Age: 25 College: Alabama Bats/Throws L/L

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      Phillies' Adam Morgan wont pitch again in 2015 as a precaution

      Phillies pitcher Adam Morgan will be shut down for the remainder of the season for precautionary reasons, Ryan Lawrence of the Philadelphia Daily News reports. This season was the first year back for Morgan after undergoing a shoulder surgery in January of 2014. Obviously the club wants to err on the side of caution by limiting his outings this season and he'll be rendered useless in everything but dynasty formats as the 2015 campaign comes to an end. The 25-year-old pitcher finishes with an ERA of 4.48 after a total of 84.1 innings on the mound.

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      Phillies SP Adam Morgan allows two runs in loss to Braves

      Phillies starting pitcher Adam Morgan (5-7) surrendered two runs on six hits over six innings while striking out three in Friday's loss to Atlanta. Atlanta's lineup served an elixir to Morgan's pitching woes, but he didn't receiving enough support to notch the win. Despite Friday's quality start, Morgan is still sporting a 5.03 ERA over his last six starts to pair with a mediocre 6.09 K/9. Though he is adept at keeping runners off the bases, a solid 1.18 WHIP over the same six-start span, he isn't worth picking up.

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      Phillies swap Alec Asher, Adam Morgan in rotation

      Phillies pitcher Alec Asher's next start has been moved up to Wednesday against the Nationals, the Morning Call's Stephen Gross reports. This is a minor tweak, as Adam Morgan, the originally scheduled starter for Wednesday's game, will instead pitch Friday against the Braves. Neither pitcher is very intriguing for fantasy purposes.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Phillies' Adam Morgan can't hold on to one-run lead, takes loss

      Phillies starter Adam Morgan got roughed up by the Cubs in the first game of Friday's doubleheader. Morgan allowed four runs on seven hits over five-plus innings, as the Phillies went on to lose 5-1. Morgan (5-6, 4.60 ERA) was given an early 1-0 lead, and he looked good early on as he put up goose eggs over the first four innings. But he allowed a pair of RBI doubles in the fifth, and a two-run double in the sixth before being pulled from the game.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Rain postpones Thursday's game between Phillies and Cubs

      The Phillies and Cubs will play a doubleheader Friday to make up Thursday's contest, which was postponed because of rain, the teams announced. With Friday featuring a doubleheader, the Phillies will start pitcher Adam Morgan in Game 1 on and Alec Asher in Game 2, the team announced. Meanwhile, the Cubs will turn to Jake Arrieta for Game 1 on Friday and Kyle Hendricks for Game 2, reports They will be followed by Dan Haren, who will draw Saturday's start.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Phillies SP Adam Morgan picks up fifth win of the season

      Phillies starting pitcher Adam Morgan was solid during his start against the Padres on Saturday. Morgan allowed two unearned runs on four hits in six strong innings of work. He showed crisp command as he struck out three batters while not giving up a walk. With the win, Morgan improved to 5-4 on the season with a 4.03 ERA.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Phillies SP Adam Morgan blows big lead in no-decision

      Phillies starter Adam Morgan simply couldn't handle prosperity Monday night against the visiting Mets. Morgan was handed a 7-2 lead through three, but never made it out of the fourth. He left the mound having allowed five runs on seven hits in 3 2/3 innings with no walks and three strikeouts. The long ball did him in. He surrendered home runs to David Wright, Juan Lagares, Wilmer Flores and Travis d'Arnaud before leaving. Easily his worst start of the season sent his ERA skyrocketing a half-point to 4.43

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Phillies SP Adam Morgan stifles Toronto again Wednesday

      Phillies rookie pitcher Adam Morgan has perfrormed consistently well since arriving in the big leagues, but most impressive is that arguably his two finest starts have been against the most prolific offense in the game. Morgan shut down the high-scoring Blue Jays again Wednesday night. He limited them two just two runs on five hits in seven innings with no walks and three strikeouts to even his record to 4-4. The left-hander had a shutout going into the fifth inning, when an Edwin Encarnacion sole home run and RBI double by Cliff Pennington put Toronto on the board. He had faced the minimum number of batters through the first four. Morgan has given up 16 runs in his last 40 2/3 innings to lower his ERA to 3.92. He has yielded just four runs in 13 innings for two defeats of the Blue Jays.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Phillies SP Adam Morgan allows three runs in loss Friday

      Phillies starting pitcher Adam Morgan allowed three runs in a loss to the Brewers on Friday. Morgan gave up the three runs in six innings of work. He allowed just three hits, including a Khris Davis solo home run in the first inning. With the loss, Morgan dropped to 3-4 on the season with a 4.11 ERA.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Phillies Adam Morgan evens record at 3-3

      Phillies pitcher Adam Morgan improved to 3-3 on the year with a win over San Diego on Saturday. Morgan allowed two runs, one of them earned, over six innings. He gave up six hits, walked one and struck out four. Morgan threw 79 pitches, the third start in a row where he's left before reaching 80 pitches.

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