Morrow Rehabs with Fisher Cats

by Patrick Cavanaugh

Brandon Morrow is on a Toronto Blue Jays rehab assignment with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, the Jays’ Double-A affiliate. He makes his second Double-A start tonight (8/14) as the Fishers take on the Binghamton Mets.

Morrow, 28, pitched in 12 Blue Jays games this season, before he suffered a strained left oblique. Morrow has been  one of the top strikeout pitchers since joining the Jays in 2010. He pitched three innings in both of his rehab starts with Single-A Dunedin. 

Morrow threw against the Erie SeaWolves last Wednesday, beating them 8-3. He tossed five innings, gave up two solo homers, and threw only 51 pitches. He struck out two batters.

Brandon has proved himself a gem to the Jays organization, as he is tied with teammate Felix Hernandez for most shutouts in the 2012 season with three.

The Fisher Cats open up a three game series tonight against the Binghamton Mets at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium

About Patrick Cavanaugh

Patrick Cavanaugh is a 16-year-old sports journalist, currently in his junior year at the Pembroke Academy in New Hampshire. He can be found in the various press boxes around the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL), as he is the Voice of the Laconia Muskrats. On an off-day, he can be found in his home away from home: The Press Box at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. Patrick has covered the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays Double-A affiliate) since 2010. He serves as BSU18's main contributor in the state of New Hampshire. His favorite sports icons are Jerry Remy and Dustin Pedroia. His dream job is being a sports broadcaster. He can be reached at [email protected]
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