Brandon Morrow was in the Majors from 2007-2018 across tenures with the Mariners, Blue Jays, Padres, Dodgers and Cubs. His biggest game came against the Rays in 2010 when he was one out away from a no-hitter before an Evan Longoria cue shot infield hit.
Other than that, he didn’t seem to have too much success until he got to San Diego, where in two seasons he posted a 2.39 ERA in 49 innings after being shifted to the bullpen. In 2017 with the Dodgers, he was stellar. He went 6-0 in 45 games with a 2.39 ERA, despite even better peripherals (1.55 FIP). He was even better in October, where the Dodgers lost in seven to the Astros in the Fall Classic.
After a stellar 2018 with the Cubs in the first year of a two-year $21M pact, but hasn’t pitched in the Majors since that season due to elbow problems. He now has the opportunity to return to LA on a low-risk, high-reward minors deal for both. The Dodgers are the reigning Series Champions.