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JAMIE MOYER RUMORS & GOSSIP

The Eventual End of Jered Weaver

Let’s play a game. I’ll show you brief excerpts from Baseball Prospectus annual Jamie Moyer summaries, and you match them with the year. This is nothing against BP, of course. Everybody was always saying the same stuff. BP just happens to put everything in one convenient place, on Jamie Moyer’s player page. Off we go. […]
Via Fangraphs
April 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer got stuck on Disneyland roller coaster

After a 25-year major league career, Jamie Moyer is now enjoying retired life. On Wednesday, that included partaking in the always fun experience that is Disneyland. Unfortunately, Moyer’s day also included a little stress. While on the California Screamin’ roller coaster, the ride experienced a mechanical issue which led to Moyer and everyone on board...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Former MLB pitcher Jamie Moyer gets stuck on Disneyland ride

  Former Major League Baseball pitcher Jamie Moyer got stuck on a ride at Disneyland and lived to tweet about it. Moyer was briefly stuck on the California Screamin' attraction Friday and tweeted a photo of himself waiting on the roller coaster. The caption says, ''Not sure what is more difficult, pitching in a Major League game or this.'' Disneyland spokeswoman Suzi Brown says...
Via AP on Fox
April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer gets stuck on Disneyland roller coaster (Photos)

Retired MLB pitcher Jamie Moyer found himself in an interesting predicament Friday when he was stuck on a Disneyland roller coaster.Being stranded on the California Screamin' roller coaster was a challenge for Moyer: Stuck on California Screamin' at Disneyland. Not sure what is more difficult, pitching in a Major League game or this pic.twitter.com/gM6qwZ2kPs— Jamie Moyer (@jmo50Moyer...
Via Holdout Sports
April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Mickey Morandini interviewed for open TV job

Jamie Moyer opted out of his two-year contract with Comcast after just one season in the Phillies TV booth alongside play-by-play voice Tom McCarthy and occasionally fellow analysts Matt Stairs and Mike Schmidt. The search continues for a replacement to fill the vacancy opened by Moyer. Pregame and postgame analyst Ben Davis and former Phillies infielder Kevin Stocker have been rumored...
Via Macho Row
February 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Will Comcast Sports Net Replace Jamie Moyer In Phillies Broadcast Booth?

Back in November the Phillies announced that former World Champion pitcher Jamie Moyer would be leaving the team's broadcast booth after one year. At the time, the Phillies said that the rest of the broadcast team, including Tom McCarthy, Gregg Murphy, Matt Stairs, and Mike Schmidt would return for 2015....
Via Philliedelphia
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer leaving Phillies TV booth, now what?

After just one season in he booth alongside Tom McCarthy, former Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer is retiring from his role as a Phillies broadcaster. Comcast Sportsnet issued a statement on Friday to announce Moyer’s decision. “At the end of the Phillies’ season, I gave the situation a great deal of thought, with my family in mind,” Moyer said. “I enjoyed my year behind the...
Via Macho Row
November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer leaves Phillies broadcast booth

One of the most improved broadcast teams in all of baseball during the 2014 season belonged to the Philadelphia Phillies. Heading into the season, CSN Philly revamped their booth, ousting long-time broadcasters Gary Matthews and Chris Wheeler. The color commentators to replace the pair alongside returning play-by-play man Tom McCarthy were Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs. Each former...
Via Awful Announcing
November 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Phillies looking into hiring Jamie Moyer, Matt Stairs for booth?

Photo: Wikipedia Commons Phillies fans love Jamie Moyer. Phillies fans love Matt Stairs. They may end up getting to see both of them on a regular basis. Comcast Sports Net may go for two analysts now instead of one, according to a report. Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports: Sources said...
Via Philliedelphia
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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