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Win-Loss Record  6-5
Earned run average  4.59

Strikeouts  45
Name  Kevin Morton

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Kevin Joseph Morton (born August 3, 1968) is a former pitcher in Major League Baseball. He batted right-handed and threw left-handed.


Morton graduated from Brien McMahon High School in 1986. He then attended Seton Hall University, where he played college baseball for the Pirates under head coach Mike Sheppard. Morton was selected in the first round with the 29th overall by the Boston Red Sox in the 1989 amateur draft.

He made his major league debut on July 5, 1991 and pitched a complete game, beating the Detroit Tigers 10–1 at Fenway Park while striking out nine batters. He finished the season with the Red Sox with a 6–5 record and a total of 45 strikeouts in eighty-six and one-third innings.

Morton spent the rest of his professional career in the minor leagues, remaining in Boston's system with the Pawtucket Red Sox for the 1992 season before moving on to the Memphis Chicks (Kansas City Royals AA team) in 1993, the Norfolk Tides (New York Mets AAA team) in 1994, and the Iowa Cubs (Chicago Cubs AAA team) in 1995 before retiring. In the minors, he compiled an 11–33 record with four complete games and 254 strikeouts in 441 innings.

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