Jack Morris pitched in the Big Leagues for 18 years (1977-94) and was part of an historic World Series Game 7 in 1991, where he pitched 10 innings of shutout ball in the Twins 1-0 win over the Braves.  For his efforts, Morris was named World Series MVP.

Morris went on to win two more World Series’ pitching for the Blue Jays (1992 & 1993), bringing his total to four rings – he won another with the Tigers in 1984.

These days Morris works as a color analyst for the Minnesota Twins and he called in today to talk a little baseball with Boomer & Craig.  The guys got his thoughts on David Wright’s extended rest, Roger Clemens’ PED use and his fear of George Brett…

LISTEN: Jack Morris with Boomer & Carton (5/12)

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