On his Wikipedia site, there is a claim that Astros right-hander Charlie Morton is part of the family that runs the famed steakhouse chain. “No,” Morton said, shooting down the entry and offering the belief it probably was the work of a former Pirates teammate he described but did not name — but who sounds...
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By Fred Kerber - Monday Oct 16, 2017
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By TYLER KEPNER - Thursday Nov 2, 2017
Houston won the World Series by using several starting pitchers to finish out big games. The final effort was turned in by the unsung Morton, who got the Astros to the finish line in Game 7.
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