Sounds' Morris not fretting about Triple-A stay

Friday, June 22, 2001 at 1:00am

Going nowhere fast, the Pittsburgh Pirates, in last place in the National League's Central Division, have a multitude of problems.

Last year, they fired manager Gene Lamont and his staff, which included former Nashville Sounds manager Rick Renick. Recently, they fired general manager Cam Bonifay, and owner Kevin McClatchy has been trying to make Bonifay look like the scapegoat in all their mess.

With that said, Sounds infielder Warren Morris, a two-year starter at second base for the parent club, is the least of their worries.

But maybe Morris ought to move to the top of the list

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