Well I'm Flummoxed

Hit it, LaRue.

The back-and forth career of Seattle right-hander Brandon Morrow – he’s a starter, no a reliever, no a starter – is about to take another turn.

It will land him, probably by the end of this week, in the starting rotation of the Tacoma Rainiers.

Morrow, the 24-year-old first-round draft pick in 2005, approached the team last month and told them he’d changed his mind about being a reliever. He wanted to be a starting pitcher.

Later on:

Morrow doesn’t doubt he can start regularly and wants the chance to prove it.

I'll repeat that in case you missed it:

Morrow doesn’t doubt he can start regularly and wants the chance to prove it.

This is the angriest I've ever been at good news.

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