I mean, he's not wrong. But he's also an idiot for saying this. And a trash commish overall.
At the end of the day, they almost certainly won't play the full 60, much less beyond that. But I'd be thrilled to be wrong! (As long as it meant everyone generally made it through safely.)
Morris was 7-1, 2.60 in the postseason prior to his poor run in 1992. So, he did deserve his reputation for being good in the postseason, but then he undid it.
Objectively, he was a very good pitcher but probably a little short of what I’d expect from a Hall of Famer. But it doesn’t offend me that he’s in there.