I wrote an article last month about how great Morrow has been for the team, and I continue to stand by that. Morrow has experienced a heck of a career revitalization in Los Angeles and appears poised to continue that dominance. His time with the Dodgers shows an earned run average of just 2.12 across 34 innings of work. And amazingly, Morrow has yet to give up a home run this entire season. That might be the most important stat for the team.
Morrow’s August was one of his best months, with an ERA of 2.38 in 12 appearances. In that time, he struck out 8 and walked 3, while giving up 3 earned runs. Morrow has bounced around quite a bit, between the big league squad and the minor leagues.
There is a good chance that Morrow will be a part of the postseason roster, it just depends on how September goes for him and everyone else. Him not giving up a home run yet will certainly factor into the decision.