The Cubs are expected to release Morrow (elbow), Robert Murray of TheScore.com reports.
This move comes after Morrow was not included on the Cubs' initial player pool list for the 2020 season. The veteran right-hander has struggled with injuries since joining Chicago in 2018, pitching just 30.2 innings over the past two seasons. Morrow did post a 1.47 ERA during that span, so there's a chance he gets another opportunity elsewhere. According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, the veteran right-hander would need some time to ramp up from a minor nerve procedure which makes him a difficult proposition for a 60-game season, though he still plans to continue his career in 2021 if he's find another team this season.