Morris was named one of the top Eastern League prospects for the 2010 season.
Baseball America released their top 20 prospects from the 2010 Eastern League (scouting reports for subscribers here), and named Bryan Morris and Rudy Owens top prospects. Morris and Owens ranked 14th and 15th, respectively.
Morris missed ranking in the top 10 of Baseball America's Florida State League rankings by 1.1 innings. Morris put up a 4.25 ERA in 89 innings in the Eastern League, with an 8.5 K/9, a 3.1 BB/9, and a 0.9 HR/9 ratio. Morris has a 92-94 MPH fastball, and two above-average breaking balls. Morris touches 96 along with mid-to-high 80s breaking balls in relief. Morris will remain a starter, and definitely has a shot at being a reliable starter in the majors, but if that fails he has a f...
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