Tyler Moore

Washington Nationals #12 - First Base

  • Born: 01/30/87
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 215
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Nationals 6 9 1 3 1 0 1 2 0 3 0 0 .333 .333 .778

Nats' lineup: LaRoche sits, Moore at first vs MIA

Washington Nationals' slugger Tyler Moore is penciled in tonight's lineup, which has him playing first and batting sixth as the Nats take on the Miami Marlins in Marlins Park. Jordan Zimmermann faces the Fish for the second time this season.

Scott Hairston To DL, Tyler Moore Up From Triple-A

The Washington Nationals announced this morning that veteran bench bat Scott Hairston was being placed on the with an oblique strain. The Nats also said Tyler Moore was being called up from Triple-A to take Hairston's spot on the roster.

Triple-A Preview: The season starts in Syracuse

With the top position prospect in the organization, and "Deport Justin Bieber Night" on tap, it is going to be interesting up north...

Nationals sign Frandsen

The veteran will likely be a backup infielder for the Nationals, who gave him a major league contract.

Tyler Moore's History & The Nats' Tough Decision

When the Washington Nationals announced on Tuesday that they optioned outfielder Tyler Moore to Triple-A Syracuse, new Nats' skipper Matt Williams explained that Moore's history said he needed regular at bats to stay sharp at the plate...

Nats Rumors: Astros Still Asking About Tyler Moore

The Houston Astros have long been rumored to have interest in 27-year-old Washington Nationals' slugger Tyler Moore. ESPN.com's Jayson Stark reported today that Moore was one of the first basemen the Astros asked about in a recent round of calls...

Nats' Matt Williams on Scott Hairtson, Tyler Moore

Matt Williams is trying to get the backups and bench players as many ABs as possible early in Grapefruit League action knowing that soon the regulars will start to play every day. On Saturday he talked about bench bats Scott Hairtson and Tyler Moore.

Williams Talks Zim at 1st, Finding ABs For Moore

Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams talked this weekend about the continuing attempts to get Ryan Zimmerman time at first and what that experiment might mean for Tyler Moore, the Nats' backup first baseman and bench bat.

Wire Taps: Nats' Interest In Jose Lobaton; TV Talk

There wasn't a whole lot of news on the Washington Nationals out there on Wednesday, but there were a few interesting stories. The Nats and Rays have reportedly talked about Jose Lobaton. MLB is reportedly sending "undisclosed amounts" to D.C.+Links

Nationals Still Interested In Jeff Baker?

Jeff Baker's numbers against lefties last year have to make him attractive to teams in the market for a bench bat and several recent reports have said the Washington Nationals are one of those teams. CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman is the latest...

Nats 18th Of 30 On Keith Law's Organizational List

The Washington Nationals' organization has graduated some of their top prospects over the last few seasons, so the system is somewhat depleted according to the writers who cover such things. ESPN.com's Keith Law has the Nats' system ranked 18th.

Can Adam LaRoche Get Back To His Consistent Self?

The Washington Nationals entered the 2013 season comfortable with Adam LaRoche at first backed up by Tyler Moore, but after rough seasons for each, first base is much more of a question mark as the Nats prepare for the 2014 campaign.

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