On Tuesday, it happened to be Torres who surrendered the run-scoring single to Morse.
"Big hit," Miami manager Mike Redmond said. "That's why I say you have to keep plugging along. The effort is definitely there. He's getting his swings in. He just needed a big hit and he got it at the perfect time."
Morse opened the season hitting cleanup, behind Giancarlo Stanton. Of late, he's batted fifth, with Marcell Ozuna in the fourth spot.
When he tries to correct his approach, Morse aims at staying up the middle and using the entire field.
"I do my best when I'm driving the ball the other way, going inside-out with the ball," he said. "For me, a big at-bat right there, to hit a ball right back up the middle, is a feel I want. It's what I've been searching for. It's a good feeling. I'm going to try to keep it."