Editor's note: The above video is from exactly one year ago when Michael Morse joined Yahoo SportsTalk Live and explained to Jim Kozimor why he signed with the Giants.
Michael Morse reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with the Marlins on Tuesday morning.
Morse came to the Giants in December, 2013 on a one-year deal worth $6 million.
"He really kind of carried the offense the first two months of the season," Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper told KNBR 680-AM Tuesday morning.
In 62 appearances from March 31 to June 8, Morse hit .278 with 13 home runs and 42 RBI. The Giants went 43-21 over that span.
In 68 appearances from June 9 to Aug. 31, he hit .282 but only registered three home runs and 19 RBI. The Giants went 32-41 over that stretch.
Morse then strained an oblique and only appeared in one game in September.
He was inactive for the Giants' Wild Card win in Pittsburgh, and for the NLDS vs. Washington.
The 32-year old returned for the NLCS against St. Louis and delivered a game-tying, pinch-hit solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning of Game 5. The Giants won the pennant an inning later on Travis Ishikawa's walk-off three-run blast.
Morse's RBI single in the top of the fourth in Game 7 of the World Series gave the Giants a 3-2 lead and proved to be the game winner.
"If he didn't come back, I don't have any idea how the postseason would have gone," Kuiper said. "He was a really good Giant ... Not a disruption in the clubhouse. Guys liked him, and Bruce Bochy liked him because with one swing of the bat he could change everything. And he did in the NLCS in that eighth inning against Neshek and the Cardinals...
"I will watch the box scores to see how Michael Morse is doing cuz I liked him."