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After reaching an agreement to join the Miami Marlins, Michael Morse tweeted out a few farewell messages Wednesday, designated to the fans he gained with the San Francisco Giants.
Morse agreed to a two-year, $16 million contract plus performance bonuses with the Marlins, according to multiple reports.
I will forever be grateful for all of the love and support from the fans of @SFGiants— Double M's (@Mcode38) December 17, 2014
It was incredible playing for fans whose love helped me elevate my game. You guys will forever be in my heart. @SFGiants— Double M's (@Mcode38) December 17, 2014
Last season, Morse hit .279 with 16 homers and 61 RBI in 131 games for the World Series champion San Francisco Giants. He batted .300 in the postseason and had four RBI in the World Series.
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Thanks for the great memories and I will always cherish them and never forget them.— Double M's (@Mcode38) December 17, 2014
The move to Miami represents a homecoming for the 32-year-old Morse, who grew up in nearby Broward County. He's a career .281 hitter with 99 homers in 10 seasons with the Mariners, Nationals, Orioles and Giants.