A stocky, line drive hitter with little home run power, Arnovich hit a career-high
.324 in 1939.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»May 19, 1937:
The leading Pirates drop a 5–4 decision to the Phils as Dolf Camilli steals home in the 9th inning when relieve Mace Brown goes into a full windup. Morrie Arnovich collects a single, double and homer for the Quakers.
»May 20, 1940: Behind 7–1, the Phils score seven runs in the 9th inning to edge the Pirates, 8–7. Morrie Arnovich, with a single his first time up in the 9th, walks with the bases loaded to push across the winning run. Wally Berger's two run single had tied the contest at 7–7.