With a bit of selective amnesia -- and maybe even without it -- you can make quite a case for Brandon Morrow as the ace of the Toronto Blue Jays pitching staff.

Wednesday, Morrow tossed his second complete-game shutout in his last four starts, a 4-0, two-hit defeat of the Chicago White Sox. It was his seventh win of the year, matching Ricky Romero for the team lead.

More to the point, Morrow has evolved into a dominant pitcher with pin-point control who has the savvy to let his defence do the work and the ability to reach back when necessary.