His stuff didn't look that much better than usual. The control did, however, and that was the difference. If Morris can keep the control going, he could enjoy a Woody Williams/David Wells-kind of late-career surge.
I still have Morris-for-Abreu fantasies, though. It might not be realistic yet, but if Morris's ERA stays under 4.00, it would be the Yankees that would have to kick in a prospect.
Also, in those trade fantasies, Dave Roberts plays third when he comes off the DL. And he's put on 40 pounds. And he becomes a 30/30 player. If you don't like it, get your own roster fantasies.