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Mike Morrow

Mike Morrow is a member of the communications team at the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and writes about baseball at All photos on this site are his own.

Isabel providing Chattanooga power

He doesn’t get as much attention as highly ranked outfield prospect Taylor Trammell. For that matter, he doesn’t get as much attention as prospects Tyler Stephenson, or Jose Siri, or Tony Santillan, or T.J. Friedl, all teammates on the Chattanooga Lookouts, the Reds’ Class AA farm team. But […]

Two vintage images out at home

It’s always sad to see a retirement in baseball, even if it is a player who never existed or an old guitar that wasn’t really a guitar. Two iconic figures in Tennessee baseball history are outta here. One was the giant old-time baseball player who splendidly graced the […]

Gray is 0-3 and getting raves

Seldom has an 0-3 pitcher been given such good notices as Sonny Gray. Gray is still looking for his first victory as a Cincinnati Red, and he is scheduled to start Tuesday against the Atlanta Braves. But he’s getting good reviews, especially after his last outing, which was […]

Price becomes trade analyst in Boston

Usually, it’s the fans who hit the panic button first. Or it’s the media who begin speculation that things are so bad for a team it’s time to start trading people. But in Boston, well, there’s an intensity in Boston that few other baseball franchises have. It’s so […]