Found October 25, 2011 on Seattle Times:
PLAYERS: Jamie Moyer
Karen Moyer established the Moyer Foundation in Seattle in 2000 with her husband, former Mariners pitcher Jamie Moyer. Karen says Jamie Moyer is hoping to pitch in the major leagues next season, at age 49.

Should the Mariners consider Jamie Moyer?

Earlier this week, we learned that veteran left hander Jamie Moyer, who missed the entire 2011 season due to Tommy John surgery, wants to make a comeback in 2012. And according to Dave Cameron of U.S.S Mariners, the Mariners should sign him. Cameron says that the Mariners have a “massive, glaring hole at the back-end of their rotation,” and Moyer could be a temporary answer for...

Fantasy? Jamie Moyer Attempting 2012 Comeback

He’s 49-years-old, but won’t let his pending membership in AARP damage his enthusiasm for the game that he loves. Jamie Moyer with wife Karen “There will be naysayers, but they’ve been there my whole career,” Jamie Moyer said in a telephone conversation the other day. “I don’t let them affect me in a negative way. If anything, I turn it into a positive.” Moyer was...

The Easiest Move Of The Winter

Sign Jamie Moyer. “It would be pretty easy negotiation. All I want it the opportunity to come to spring training with the chance to compete for a starting job. I want to pitch. I wouldn’t go to a team I didn’t have a chance to make.” The Mariners finished the season by giving Anthony Vazquez the ball every sixth day. In terms of upper level pitching depth, they have a...

The Mariners should sign Jamie Moyer, one columnist says

If the Mariners sign just one veteran this offseason, Dave Cameron of U.S.S. Mariner has a suggestion. Sign Jamie Moyer. Yes, that Jamie Moyer. The almost-49-year-old free agent coming off Tommy John surgery. Larry LaRue of the News Tribune talked to Moyer recently, and the former Mariner said he just wants a chance to crack [...]

Jamie Moyer Wants One More Shot

We all have good memories of the days Jamie Moyer spent in a Phillies uniform. He won 56 games and a World Series ring in his four-plus years with the club and generated plenty of publicity for the fact that he was winning those games at an age that normally finds men in uniform as part of the coaching staff rather than as an active player. When he blew out his elbow in July of 2010...
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