Franklin Morales struggled as a starter in Colorado last season, but still held left-handed hitters to a .699 OPS. He will not stretch out as a starter at Royals camp, though he has the ability to do so if needed. This could help Morales’ case in the battle for a roster spot.
Franklin Morales struggled as a starter in Colorado last season, but still held left-handed hitters to a .699 OPS. He will not stretch out as a starter at Royals camp, though he has the ability to do so if needed. This could help Morales’ case in the battle for a roster spot. File photo by Rodger Mallison Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram
Franklin Morales struggled as a starter in Colorado last season, but still held left-handed hitters to a .699 OPS. He will not stretch out as a starter at Royals camp, though he has the ability to do so if needed. This could help Morales’ case in the battle for a roster spot. File photo by Rodger Mallison Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram
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Franklin Morales rounds out competition for lefty role in Royals’ bullpen

February 26, 2015 01:00 AM

UPDATED February 25, 2015 08:51 PM

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