Morris previously spent seven seasons as a radio broadcaster with the Twins from 2005-2011 while also occasionally appearing on Tigers broadcasts. He spent last season as a color analyst on Blue Jays radio broadcasts.
The 58-year-old Morris -- most famous among Twins fans for his Game 7 heroics in the 1991 World Series -- is a 1973 graduate of St. Paul's Highland Park High School and resides in Grant, Minn., with his wife, Jennifer and son, Miles. He also has two grown children, Austin and Erik.
Morris was 254-186 with a 3.90 ERA over an 18-year career spent with the Tigers, Twins, Blue Jays and Indians. He is a four-time World Series champion.
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