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Matt Morris from the Chronology
May 7, 2006 - Welcome to the bigs, rook. Giants rookie Kevin Frandsen gets hit with a pitch for the 5th time in his first 10 games, a painful ML record. The previous mark was held by Reed Johnson who was hit five times in his first 15 games. Frandsen scores a run and the Giants get homers from Barry Bonds and Mike Sweeney, but the Phillies rough up Matt Morris for 7 runs in 5 innings and win, 9–5.
Oct 8, 2005 - The Cardinals clinch their Division Series with the Padres with a 7-4 victory. Matt Morris gets the win and David Eckstein homers for St. Louis. Reggie Sanders drives home 2 runs for the Cards to give him an NLDS record 10. Dave Roberts and Ramon Hernandez homer for SD.
Oct 2, 2005 - Felipe Lopez, Adam Dunn and Austin Kearns hit consecutive homers in the third inning to knock Matt Morris out of the box. Down 5–1, the Cardinals use eight relievers while emerging with a 7-5 win. Reggie Sanders and Chris Duncan go back-to back in the fifth inning. It is the first major-league homer for Duncan, the son of former major league catcher and current Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan.
Oct 1, 2002 - The Cardinals pound Randy Johnson for 6 runs in 6 innings and go on to defeat Arizona 12-2 in the opener of their division series. Jim Edmonds and Scott Rolen homer for St. Louis while Matt Morris gets the victory.
Oct 9, 2001 - The Diamondbacks take the 1st game of their Divisional Series as Curt Schilling outpitches Matt Morris in hurling a 3-hit 1-0 shutout. Steve Finley gets 3 hits for Arizona and drives home the game's only run.
Sep 19, 2001 - The Cardinals beat the Brewers 8-2 as Matt Morris wins his 20th game of the season. Albert Pujols drives in 3 runs for St. Louis to set a new NL rookie mark with 120 for the season. The old mark of 119 was set by Wally Berger of the Boston Braves in 1930.
Jun 14, 2001 - Matt Morris strikes out 11 in the Cardinals 3-2 win over the Dodgers and Mark McGwire clubs a solo homer off Jose Lima to pass Reggie Jackson on the all-time homer list. McGwire's homer is his 563rd putting him 6th on the HR list.
Jun 7, 2001 - The Cubs complete a sweep of Cardinals winning 4-3 and posting their 15th win in 16 games. Cub fans haven't seen that since 1945. Matt Morris takes a no hitter into the 7th before Matt Stairs 2-out double opens the door. Rondell White's single in the 10th inning drives home Sammy Sosa for the winner. Chicago takes a five game lead over St. Louis in the Central Division with the win.