Tom Morgan joined the Yankees in 1951, and the first few seasons was mainly their fifth starter, starting on average 15 games per/year. He was 9-3 in 1951 and 11-5 in 1954. Beginning in 1955, Tom Morgan was manager Casey Stengel top middle reliever. He pitched in 40 games in 1955, 72 innings, 3.25 ERA, picked up 10 saves and recorded a 7-3 record. Morgan pitched on four Yankee pennant winners and was highly effective in saving key games in late September. Tom Morgan was traded to the Kansas City Athletics in early 1957 and pitched on various teams until 1963.