Jack was a member of 4 World Series Championship teams, winning the World Series MVP in 1991. Considered the greatest pitcher of the 1980’s, Jack collected 254 wins, 5 All-Star appearances and a no-hitter.
- Speaking Enagagements
- Autograph Signings
- 4-Time World Series Champ
- 1991 World Series MVP
- National Baseball Hall of Fame - 2018
With a competitive, sometimes combative, spirit and a devastating split-fingered fastball, Jack Morris became the pitcher of the 1980s and continued his dominance into the early 1990s. His 162 victories in the 1980s were 22 more than those of runner-up Dave Stieb of Toronto.
Four times Morris was a member of a world championship team, including a one-year stint in his home state, pitching a 10-inning shutout in the final game of the 1991 World Series for the Minnesota Twins. He finished his career with 254 wins and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Modern Era Committee as part of the Class of 2018.