Photo: Michael Morse's prodigious batting practice power
Mariners reporters were abuzz Sunday during the club's first session of batting practice, as newly acquired outfielder Michael Morse apparently put on a Pedro Cerrano-esque light show.
Several Mariners reporters were abuzz Sunday during the club's first session of batting practice, as newly acquired outfielder Michael Morse apparently put on a Pedro Cerrano-esque light show. One blast in particular seemed to draw more oohs and ahhs than the rest. And here's a picture to show how far that ball traveled.
Again, this is batting practice. So it's sure to draw some lame comment from a cynic like, "Who cares? I could hit one that far in batting practice." Only, you can't. That's big-league power, and few in the world possess it.
Also, considering no one on the Mariners hit more than 20 homers last year and Morse hit 31 for the Nationals in 2011, there is good reason for Mariners fans to love this picture.
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