He regained 15 pounds he lost during a lengthy bout with valley fever, a nasty fungal lung infection, in the winter of 2015-16. He has full strength in a shoulder that didn’t feel quite right last season after surgery to repair an impingement in August 2015.
Brandon Morrow didn’t need to see “100 mph” flash on the Dodger Stadium scoreboard during the team’s last homestand to confirm what he already knew, that he was 100% after two seasons marred by injury and illness.
But it didn’t hurt.
“Yeah, sure,” the Dodgers reliever said, when asked whether the radar-gun reading solidified in his mind that he was all the way back. “It’s kind of like a milestone, triple digits. It’s...