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Christopher Morel

Christopher Morel

#53B,
AVG
.205
HR
3
RBI
11
R
13
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/145 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Santiago, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Porterville Recorder

    Miami-Chicago Cubs Runs

    Cubs first. Nico Hoerner doubles to deep center field. Patrick Wisdom walks. Cody Bellinger singles to first base. Patrick Wisdom to second. Nico Hoerner scores. Christopher Morel grounds out to shortstop. Cody Bellinger out at second. Patrick Wisdom to third. Dansby Swanson doubles to deep center field. Patrick Wisdom scores. Ian Happ strikes out on a foul tip. 2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Cubs 2, Marlins 0. Cubs second. Garrett Cooper grounds out to shallow infield, Emmanuel Rivera to Josh Bell. Nick Madrigal hit by pitch. Miguel Amaya strikes out swinging. Nico Hoerner doubles to left field. Nick Madrigal scores. Patrick Wisdom called out on strikes. 1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 left

  • The Killeen Daily Herald

    3 takeaways from Cubs' West Coast trip, including Kyle Hendricks' struggles and Christopher Morel's stellar defense

    Hayden Wesneski's phone kept buzzing with so many missed calls and text messages in the wee hours Wednesday that he eventually awoke to find it on the floor. Thankfully, Wesneski got an assist from his Triple-A Iowa roommate Matt Mervis, who woke him up at 1 a.m. with a knock on the door to let him know their manager, Marty Pevey, was trying to get ahold of him. A long day that required a 4 a.m. trip to the ballpark to pick up his gear en route to the airport to fly to Chicago and then halfway across the country to Phoenix culminated in what manager Craig Counsell called the Cubs' best pitching performance of the season. Running on little sleep and adrenaline, Wesneski tossed four shutout innings of one-hit ball without walking a batter in the Cubs' 5-3 victory Wednesday against the Diamondbacks to secure the series win.

  • Associated Press

    Cubs rookie Michael Busch homers in 5th consecutive game to equal club record

    Chicago Cubs rookie Michael Busch homered for the fifth straight game Monday night, matching a franchise record. Busch led off the second inning with his sixth home run of the season, a 419-foot drive to center field on an 0-2 pitch from Arizona Diamondbacks starter Merrill Kelly. Four other Cubs players have gone deep in five consecutive games — including current third baseman Christopher Morel, who did it last year.