Star pitcher to debut in Double-A
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About Jeff Moore
Jeff Moore is a native of Wilmington, DE and lives in Baltimore within walking distance of Camden Yards. He was a four-year starter on York Collegeís baseball team and now works for the University of Maryland. Heís been a longtime fan of the Philadelphia Phillies, despite the pain it's caused him. Favorite player: Chase Utley, he plays the game it was meant to be played. Favorite ballpark: Fenway, unlike any baseball stadium experience. Favorite ballpark food: Phillies Phranks are good, but they were better at the Vet. The polish sausage at Miller Park is incredible. In Baltimore, Boogís BBQ is pretty good as are the crab cakes outside the stadium.
Posts by Jeff Moore:
Top prospect makes the major league team.
Leading the “Not Shocking News of the Day” category, the New York Yankees have announced that Phil Hughes will be the team’s 5th starter, beating out Joba Chamberlain and others for the spot, reports Bryan Hoch of MLB.com.
It seems like forever ago that Hughes was coming into his own as a starter until being pulled [...]
Prospects are being sent to the minors daily, but these young players still have a fighting chance.
The Mets face an age-old question about pitcher development.
What does history tell us about pitchers who have started their careers like Justin Verlander and Felix Hernandez? It’s good news for the Tigers and Mariners.
The Phillies will be good again this year, but did they sacrifice greatness for long-term success?
Did the Diamondbacks handcuff themselves for the future by stretching their budget to the max this year?
The Padres have a decision to make about Adrian Gonzalez and their organization, and it needs to be made soon.
The Phillies may have paid the price in prospects, but they opened the window of opportunity for winning multiple titles.
Sometimes even smart GM’s consider bad decisions.
The Tigers may try out newly acquired Phil Coke in the rotation this spring. Will it work?
An attempt comprehend the reason why the Orioles would trade two young arms for Kevin Millwood.
The Braves have put themselves behind the 8-ball now that they have spent big money on free agent relievers and Rafael Soriano has accepted arbitration.