Morrison doesn't mind empty stands: I played for the Rays and Marlins
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Fans attending games seems unlikely when the MLB season begins, but that's not a problem for Milwaukee Brewers slugger Logan Morrison.

"For me, it's not going to be that difficult," Morrison said, according to Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "I played for the (Tampa Bay) Rays and the (Miami) Marlins."

Last year, the Rays and Marlins ranked 29th and 30th, respectively, in fan attendance. While Tampa Bay brought in 14,552 spectators per game, Miami finished in a distant last place with 10,016 fans per contest. The Marlins were also the only team that didn't bring in at least one million fans throughout the season, finishing with 811,302 in the crowd.

Morrison, 32, is a non-roster invitee with the Brewers. If he officially joins the club, Milwaukee will be his sixth team over 11 MLB seasons. He owns a .239/.324/.426 slash line with 139 home runs over 988 games played.

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