We pretty much know as much as you do on this one. All we have to go on are the exclusive details that were posted in the free agent outfielder's timeline in the last half hour or so. Well, that and Morgan's avatar now appears to show him kissing the woman we assume to be his girlfriend, and his Twitter bio now reads,…
Nyjer Morgan—or his alter-ego Tony Plush, depending on your take—is a tremendous weirdo. He flies kites when he gets prompted by his Twitter followers. He gives interviews in character. He might actually be a little bit insane. And to add to the tally: he appears to be a legitimate fan of the Twilight series.
The St. Louis Cardinals won Game One of the World Series 3-2. The St. Louis Cardinals fan who worked up that sign to flash behind the Baseball Tonight guys probably should've spell-checked the Brewer he was dissing's name.
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The triumphant Brew Crew defeated Arizona, 3-2, in extras, and hooray for them—they won their first playoff series since 1982. Accordingly, Nyjer Morgan, everyone's favorite weirdo who delivered the winning hit, got nuts on Sam Ryan's mic. Haven't you heard, TBS? You can't script October.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Plush goes HAM on the Cobra.
Nyjer Morgan joined Dan ESPN2's son-and-pop show Dan Le Batard is Highly Questionable this afternoon. He adopted his Tony Plush persona for the interview, and also debuted Antonio Picante in celebration of the Le Batards' Cuban heritage.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: This is also the first thing we would ask a reigning Super Bowl MVP.
It is always fun when athletes play dress-up, because the idea of tens of men all wearing the same uniform is a kind of dress-up anyway. The Brewers shed their road grays for flannel on their recent trip to Houston. It was all at the suggestion of manager Ron Roenicke, who got the idea of theme road trips from Joe…
Yes, the Brewers have won seven in a row and opened up moderate leads on not-good-enough St. Louis and really-not-good-enough Pittsburgh, but that success isn't the most exciting thing in Milwaukee baseball. Nor is Prince Fielder's contract year or John Axford's mustache or the Yuniesky Betancourt experience.…
More evidence that Nyjer Morgan is a singular soul: Reader Todd responded to one of those tweets that public figures always release into the Twittersphere to make their followers feel acknowledged (this one: "Wat should ur boy do today?"), only this public figure (sure, why not?) happened to be Nyjer Morgan,…
Nyjer Morgan, the most glorious weirdo in Major League Baseball, put the Mets away with a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth in Milwaukee last night. In his post-game interview with Fox Sports Wisconsin, Prince Fielder provided Morgan with a Gatorade bath, which this time around consisted entirely of Gatorade
In sports, everyone is a winner-some people just win better than others. Like the "volatile"/"mercurial"/"passionate" Nationals outfielder, who appears to have lost his mind in the last two weeks.
A night after bowling over the catcher, Nyjer Morgan gets a pitch behind him. Morgan goes after the pitcher, when — BAM! — Gaby Sanchez out of nowhere. This was a good one, folks. [MLB.com]
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Morgan makes a case for the first four-base error, deciding to spike his glove in a fit of rage — as the live ball sits on the warning track.
Houston and Washington had some unfinished business yesterday, wrapping up a suspended game that took two months, two cities and three teams to complete. And the winning pitcher got the decision while taking a nap in Philadelphia.