Source: Royals agree with Kendrys Morales on a two-year deal worth $17M. Performance bonuses could take it up to $18.5M.
The News Tribune "Caterwauling about the Seattle Mariners’ offense reached its typical level Monday morning. The Mariners were shut out Sunday and shut down during three losses in the prior four games when they scored a run total. Seven runs in Texas on Monday night quelled some of the angst. Yet, a question was..." April 16
CBSSports.com "We're just a little more than two weeks from opening day, and Stephen Drew and Kendrys Morales are still looking for employment. In large part, that's because each player turned down a qualifying offer from their former teams. That means that whatever team signs Drew or Morales must in turn..." March 14
Orioles have interest in Kendrys Morales, source says, but the draft pick remains a substantial barrier. @FOXSports1
Kendrys Morales is being pursued by NL teams as well as AL teams, according to agent Scott Boras. @FOXSports1
Worth repeating: a good team-friendly deal could develop for the Mets with 1B Kendrys Morales in February or March.
CBSSports.com "Add Kendrys Morales to the long list of free agents the Yankees are talking about. In addition to Shin-Soo Choo, Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran and Stephen Drew among position players, the Yankees are weighing a run at Morales, who hit 23 home runs with 80 RBI and a .277 batting..." November 14
CBSSports.com "Kendrys Morales will decline the Mariners' $14.1-million, one-year qualifying offer, according to people familiar with the situation. Morales is one of 13 players given the qualifying offer by his incumbent team but figures to get a multiyear deal after hitting .277 with 23 home runs and 80..." November 11
#Mariners make it official: Kendrys Morales has been extended a qualifying offer. Has seven days to accept or reject 1yr, $14.1M deal.
CBSSports.com "The Mariners intend to extend a one-year qualifying offer to Kendrys Morales not necessarily because they are hoping for the draft-pick compensation but because they want to retain him. They may just end up with the draft pick though. Morales will turn down the qualifying offer as he'd..." October 09
Jack Z says on @710ESPNSeattle that he'll definitely make qualifying offer to DH Kendrys Morales this offseason.
Seattle Times "One swing of his bat and Kendrys Morales reminded folks still watching his Mariners why the team wants to bring him back next season. There are counter-arguments like his non-existent baserunning inability to field a position full-time and a pricetag that will climb to eight figures per annum...." September 05
Kendrys Morales wasnt traded within 2-day period after being claimed on revocable waivers. will remain with #mariners.
Kendrys Morales has been claimed on trade waivers source says. If a trade is coming it will happen this week. @FOXSports1
Real GM Baseball "The Seattle Mariners didn't sell off any of their veteran parts at the trade deadline because they preferred to keep the roster intact. "Again I think from an organizational standpoint there is a commitment from us to the players" Jack Zduriencik said. "And I hope that this message the fact..." August 02
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The Rangers facing the possibility that right-fielder Nelson Cruz could be suspended and without much production from their other outfielders have set their sights on Chicago White Sox outfielder Alex Rios San Francisco right fielder Hunter Pence and Seattle designated hitter Kendrys Morales to..." July 25
Kendrys Morales scratched w/lower back soreness. Alex Liddi will play 1B and hit 9th.
Kendrys Morales left game with back stiffness, according to Mariners, and is day-to-day. Liddi now at first base.
Tacoma News Tribune "Maybe it’s the self-produced heat that has convinced Kendrys Morales he doesn’t need batting gloves. Morales has shoved a bumpy opening week behind him on his way to an 8-for-17 stretch over five games through Tuesday night’s 16-9 loss. He had three doubles, a homer and five RBI in those five..." April 10