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 The Toronto Blue Jays have made it abundantly clear how much they are counting on Brandon Morrow for the coming season. Hyun-Jin Ryu Authentic Jersey . Morrow made 30 starts in 2011 and appeared to have the "stuff" of which stars are made. He looked even better early in 2012, until a strained oblique muscle shut him down in early June. The injury woes continued in 2013 when an entrapped radial nerve in his pitching arm effectively shut him down from the end of May. So Morrow went from 30 starts in 2011 to 31 combined in 2012 and 2013. Morrow has really only been a starter for four seasons and last lost large chunks of the past two to injuries. So where does that leave us? Well, Morrow has a career record of 41-40 with a 4.22 ERA. He has never pitched more than 179.1 innings. In 102 career starts, he has four complete games, yet when he has been healthy, Morrow has had moments of sheer brilliance and could easily pass for a staff ace or at least a number two starter. He will make $8 million this season in the final year of a three-year pact, with the Jays holding an option year worth $10 million. There are those who will say that since Morrow is about to turn 30, if he doesnt make it it now, he never will. In some cases that is true, but you would be surprised at the number of pitchers whose careers didnt take off until they hit 30. Curt Schilling, who won a pair of World Series titles with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Boston Red Sox only won 52 games through the age of 29. From that point until he retired,  he racked up 164 victories. Eventually, he could wind up in the Hall of Fame.  Though not as extreme an example, lefty Mickey Lolich, who won three games for the Detroit Tigers in the 1968 World Series, won 101 of his 217 career victories after turning 30. Red Sox knuckleballer Tim Wakefield didnt come to pitching until his late 20s, having tried to make it first as an infielder in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, but from 30 on, he put up 156 of his 200 career wins. The remarkable Jamie Moyer, the soft tosssing lefty control artist, pitched untill he was 49 and totalled 269 victories. Due to injury, Moyer didnt pitch in his 29th year, but from 30 on, he won the incredible total of 235. So, in other words, at age 29, Morrow has more victories than Moyer did. There are a couple of other lefties worth mentioning, as well. Jim Kaat, whos probably remembered as much now for his broadcasting work nationally as he is for his playing days, won 283 games over his career,  He won 128 games through the age of 29 and 155 after that until he retired in his 40s.  Tommy John, for whom the operation is named, won 288 games, the  seventh-most all-time amongst southpaws. He won 95 games through the age of 29 and he won another 29 more before having elbow transplant surgery at age 31. He missed the entire 1975 season in recovery. John then returned to win 164 more games until he retired in 1989 at age 46. These last two examples put up the most amazing totals of all after turning 30. Hall of Fame knuckleballer Phil Niekro only had 31 victories through the age of 29. He finished with 318. Do the math. He won 287 games from the age of 30 on. Another man enshrined in Cooperstown, lefty Warren Spahn, was almost impressive and, in some ways, even more so. At the age of 21 after just part of one season in the Majors, Spahn left for three years to serve in the United States Army during World War II. When he resumed his career, Spahn racked up 86 wins through the age of 29. From that point on, he won another 277 games for a grand total of 363. Im not saying Brandon Morrow is a lock to follow this same kind of path, not at all, but if he does, you shouldnt be all that surprised. Baseball, as you can see, has had plenty of late bloomers...even late blooming Hall of Famers. - If you can track it down, you must read Joel Shermans piece in the New York Post from February 16th. Its the incredibly fascinating story of how badly Alex Rodriguez wanted to play in Boston and how close it came to actually happening before the Texas Rangers ultimately shipped him to the Yankees. Incidently, the World Series Count since that trade is Red Sox 3, Yankees 1. - The Yankees final series of the coming season is in Boston. That has led fans in the "Hub" to do whatever they can and pay whatever it takes for the chance to see Derek Jeter play his final game of his career in the "Pinstripes." But I would caution the fans that there is no guarantee Jeter will make an appearance. If any or all three are meaningful games and Jeter is healthy, of course he will play. Remember, though , this past season Mariano Rivera made his final appearance at Yankee Stadium. Though he accompanied the team to Houston for its final series with the Astros, he announced in advance, that he wouldnt be pitching in that series. If you want to dial it even further back, Red Sox legend Ted Williams homered in his final at-bat at Fenway Park back in 1960. That was it for the "Splendid Splinter," as he opted not to go to New York at all for the final series of the season against the Yankees. So for the sake of those spending all the money, lets hope Derek Jeter is healthy and there is something on the line in that final series. Joc Pederson Dodgers Jersey . -- The Florida Gators are first yet again this season. Corey Seager Dodgers Jersey . Burkes Flames are one of several teams involved in heavy trade speculation going into next Wednesdays 3pm et deadline, with the most prominent name in play being forward Michael Cammalleri. http://www.ladodgersprostore.com/Chase-Utley-dodgers-jersey/ . The first baseman hit a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning to lead the Mets to a thrilling come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Tampa Bay rookie Wil Myers knew the slumping Rays badly needed a victory and he came through with a late big hit. Myers had a tiebreaking double in the eighth inning and the Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 4-3 on Thursday night to avoid a three-game sweep. "We needed it bad ... we needed to win bad," Myers said. "With the wild-card getting tight, we needed a win here and we didnt want to get swept by those guys." Myers drove in Evan Longoria, who also doubled off Rubby De La Rosa (0-1), to give the Rays a 4-3 lead. Jake McGee (5-3) pitched a scoreless eighth before Fernando Rodney got three outs to earn his 34th save. The Rays lead the crowded race for the second AL wild card despite going 5-13 since Aug. 25. Tampa Bay remained one game ahead of the New York Yankees, who beat Baltimore 6-5 later Thursday night. "Weve got to keep winning," Myers said. "Just not one and lose tomorrow. We need to win this series coming up and keep it going the rest of the year." The Rays open a three-game series at Minnesota on Friday night before returning home to play four games each against playoff contenders Texas and Baltimore. "Were going to get real hot at exactly the right time," Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said. "A game like this really promotes that emotional lift that we needed right now." David Ortiz and Jarrod Saltalamacchia homered for Boston, which has an 8 1/2-game advantage over second-place Tampa Bay in the AL East. "You try and win every series," Saltalamacchia said. "Thats the No. 1 goal, and we lost tonight but we took a good two out of three. So well go home against New York and worry about Game 1. And see what happens after that." Boston will play the Yankees three times this weekend at Fenway Park. The Red Sox threatened in the ninth when Stephen Drew had an infield single and pinch-hitter Mike Carp walked with one out. Rodney worked out of the jam when pinch-hitter Will&nbbsp;Middlebrooks lined out to third and Dustin Pedroia popped out. Andre Ethier Jersey. Ortiz hit an opposite-field solo homer to left and Drew had a run-scoring double as the Red Sox tied it at 3 in the sixth. Ortiz has 43 career homers against Tampa Bay, the second-most by an opponent. Of those, 28 have come at Tropicana Field. Longoria tripled and scored on Myers single to put the Rays ahead 1-0 in the second. James Loney made it 2-0 with an RBI double in the third. Saltalamacchia snapped an 0-for-21 stretch and pulled Boston to 2-1 on a fourth-inning homer. Tampa Bay went up 3-1 in the bottom half when Desmond Jennings hit a solo home run. Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson allowed three runs and four hits in 5 1-3 innings. Boston manager John Farrell said right-hander Jake Peavy got hit on the right wrist by Jennings drive in the sixth. The ball was redirected to third baseman Xander Bogaerts, who got a forceout at second. Peavy gave up three runs, four hits and five walks over six innings. "The command was a little bit missing obviously, with the number of walks issued," Farrell said. "But his competitiveness, he finds a way to make a pitch in a key moment." NOTES: Ortiz has 428 homers, which moved him past Mike Piazza for 46th place all-time. ... The Red Sox will honour Yankees closer Mariano Rivera before his last regular-season game at Fenway Park on Sunday. Rivera is retiring after the season. ... Boston OF Jacoby Ellsbury (foot), who missed his sixth consecutive game and is not yet doing baseball activities, will have his status evaluated in the next few days. ... Rays C Jose Molina left the team to be with his mother, who had surgery. He is expected back Friday. ... Shane Victorino was out of the Red Sox lineup because Farrell wanted to give the outfielder a day off from playing on the artificial turf. ... 2012 Olympic silver medallist and professional beach volleyball star Jen Kessy served a volleyball from the mound for the ceremonial first pitch. NFL Jerseys China ' ' ' 
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