As you might expect from the above description of his career, Morioka never made an All Star team, won a major award or lead the league in anything, although I think he won the Eastern League batting title in 2010. Despite the fact that the Dragons made three Nippon Series while he was with them, he never played in any of them nor did he appear in the 2015 Nippon Series with the Swallows.
His first BBM cards were #18 from the 2003 Rookie Edition set and #87 from the 2003 1st Version set. He didn't have a regular Calbee card until 2013 (#173) (although he had a "Hot Prospect" subset card in the 2009 set) but he appeared in several Konami and Bandai sets as well as the 2015 Epoch Swallows CL Champions set.
|2003 BBM Rookie Edition #18|
|2003 BBM 1st Version #87|
|2006 BBM CL Champion Dragons #29|
|2007 Konami Baseball Heroes 3 White Edition #B07W102|
|2010 BBM 2nd Version #738|
|2012 Bandai Owners League 01 #115|
|2015 Epoch CL Champion Swallows #19|
|2016 BBM Swallows #S49|