Juan Morillo

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 190
Bat: R
Throw: R
College: None
Birth Place: San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Orioles beat Rays 8-5, win first road series since April
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    Orioles beat Rays 8-5, win first road series since April

    The Orioles returned to their June form of giving up 5+ runs per game in Sunday’s series finale against the Rays. Chris Tillman continued his disastrous 2017. For today at least, these things did not matter, because the Orioles offense was up to the task of overcoming Tillman’s struggles, scoring four late runs on the way to an 8-5 victory to take down the Rays in Tampa. In winning the game and in turn the series, the Orioles collected their first road series win since the April 18-20 series in Cincinnati. You read that right. The Orioles road woes are not solved by one series win. None of their other problems are solved either. But winning the series and getting one game closer to a .500 record

  • Instant Replay: Diamondbacks 9, Phillies 2
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    Instant Replay: Diamondbacks 9, Phillies 2

    WASHINGTON -- Michael Taylor homered twice among his four hits, Trea Turner finished 5 of 5 with a walk and the Washington Nationals beat the Cincinnati Reds 18-3 on Saturday. Daniel Murphy had four RBIs for the Nationals. His three-run double highlighted the six-run second inning and Taylor's two-run homer capped a four-run fourth inning. Taylor added a solo shot in the sixth. Turner, Ryan Zimmerman, Matt Wieters each drove in two runs. All of Turner's career-high five hits were singles including run-scoring hits in the second and eighth. Washington led 13-0 as Joe Ross (4-3) blanked the Reds until Patrick Kivlehan's pinch-hit home run in the sixth. In his first appearance since Aug. 28, Homer

  • How his mighty managers pushed A’s Bob Melvin toward milestone

    How his mighty managers pushed A’s Bob Melvin toward milestone

    OAKLAND — Even during his playing days, Bob Melvin knew a good matchup when he saw one. So he privately fumed upon arriving at the ballpark one day in 1989 to see Manager Frank Robinson had left out him of the lineup against a pitcher he hit well. Melvin resolved to march into Robinson’s office. But it took him a while to summon the courage. Melvin paced outside Robinson’s office for so long that the famously fearsome Baltimore Orioles manager finally snapped. “Hey, do have something to say to me?” Robinson said. “I do, as a matter of fact … sir,” Melvin replied. Melvin recounted this pivotal moment from his own office at the Oakland Coliseum last week. Now in his seventh season with the A’s,