International Free Agent Profile 2014: Nyjer Morgan
The controversial outfielder had a good season in Japan, and would be willing to return to the U.S. to play baseball. Should the Mets help "Tony Plush" with that goal? 論争の外野手は、日本で良いシーズンを過ごし、そして野球をプレイするために米国に戻ることをいとわない。メッツは、その目標を持つ "トニーぬいぐるみ"を助けるべき？
Born in San Francisco in July 1980, Morgan grew up in Canada. Nyjer trail blazed the path that Bryce Harper eventually took, leaving high school early so that he could play for a professional sports team. Unlike the Nationals' wunderkind, Morgan wasn't drafted by a baseball team. Instead, he set off to Canada, to play hockey, first with the Vernon Vipers of the British Colombia Hockey League, then with the North Okanagan Knights of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, the Nelson Leafs of the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League, the Delta Ice Hawks of the Pacific International Junior Hockey League, and finally for the Regina Pats of the Western Hockey League, one of the most storied junior hockey organizations in Canada.