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Moyer, Stairs added as Phillies broadcasters

Former major leaguers Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs have joined the Philadelphia Phillies' broadcasting team, replacing longtime announcer Chris Wheeler and former player Gary Matthews. The announcement came Tuesday, more than a month after the Phillies signed a new television contract with NBCUniversal and Comcast SportsNet that's reportedly worth $2.5 billion over 25 years...
Via AP on Fox
February 11, 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

Jamie Moyer Lowers Price On Painfully White Seattle Home – $3.99MM

Jamie Moyer is not retired!?! We didn’t believe it either, but it’s true. The 50-year-old former MLB pitcher who won 269 games during…
Via Busted Coverage
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Please, Phillies Fans: Jamie Moyer Will Not Be The Phillies Pitching Coach

Yes, the Phillies need a pitching coach after they decided to cut nine-year pitching coach Rich Dubee loose upon the expiration of his contract. Yes, Jamie Moyer is not doing anything baseball-related, other than selling books that someone co-wrote with him. Yes, Jamie Moyer was a nice player for the...
Via Philliedelphia
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Will Roy Halladay become Jamie Moyer or Steve Carlton?

Most people cringe when they hear Roy Halladay say the M-word (Moyer, of course), but not me. Jamie Moyer is one of my favorite pitchers of all-time and do you know why? Because he won with effort and smarts, not super human, God-given ability. I’m fascinated to watch Doc attempt to transform himself for the second time, because if he can keep his ERA under four with this velocity...
Via PhilsBaseball
September 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Moyer working on a knuckleball?

Jamie Moyer, who was made history when he was on the Colorado Rockies opening day roster in 2012 at the age of 49,  isn’t so sure he might not play again.  According to Stan Hochman of the Philadelphia Daily News (philly.com), Moyer is still working out with an aim to return to the majors as a knuckleballer.  The co-author of his recent book, “Just Tell Me I Can’t”, has...
Via Reading Between The Seams
September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer Publishes Book; Still Has Not Retired

Jamie Moyer still has not retired, he will tell you. But in the free time he has had this season while not pitching, Moyer authored a book. Moyer's book, Just Tell Me I Can't: How Jamie Moyer Defied the Radar Gun and Defeated Time is set to be released on...
Via Philliedelphia
September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer won’t rule out an MLB comeback at age 50…or 51?

By the time former Major League Baseball players hit age 50, most of them have not played ball professionally for at least 15 years. Jamie Moyer is a rare exception. Moyer turned 50 in November, but he still started 10 games for the Colorado Rockies in 2012. He pitched 25 seasons in the majors, which is unheard of to say the least. And there’s still an outside possibility that...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer Is So Old...

If you hadn't already heard, Jamie Moyer turned 50 on Sunday and, naturally, the internets are a buzz with some fun facts about the lefty.  For example, should Moyer make an appearance in 2013, he'd join Satchel Paige and Jack Quinn as the only pitchers to ever appear in the bigs after their 50th birthday. And since Quinn's last appearance was just six days after...
Via Hall of Very Good
November 18, 2012  |  Discuss

The Moyer Foundation, Phillies Team "Roasts and Toasts" Jamie on His 50th Birthday

"I thought you were 50 five years ago!" ~Chase Utley  Today is Jamie Moyer's 50th birthday.    He always wanted to pitch until he is 50 and still has not officially retired, so I would not count him out from spending Spring Training with somebody. Check out this really neat video from the Moyer Foundation with great words from many of your favorite Phillies...
Via Philliedelphia
November 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Nolan Ryan Has No Business Doing Comedy

As Jamie Moyer turns 50 on Sunday, there are bound to be plenty of "dude is so old" posts out there on the internets.So, with that in mind, I'm going to keep this one brief. Moyer is so old he's the only active Major Leaguer who can tell you where he was when John F. Kennedy was assassinated. He's also so old that he's pitched in 50 different big league...
Via Hall of Very Good
November 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Blue Jays cut 49-year-old Moyer

Left-hander Jamie Moyer has been released by the Toronto Blue Jays. The 49-year-old Moyer agreed to a minor league deal last month. The Blue Jays said at the time that Moyer would make two starts for Triple-A Las Vegas, then Toronto would decide whether to bring him back to the majors. Moyer gave up seven runs over six innings in his second start on Tuesday, and Toronto announced...
Via AP on Fox
July 06, 2012  |  Discuss
THE END OF THE ROAD?

Blue Jays cut Jamie Moyer

The 49-year-old pitcher has been cut by Toronto following two starts for the team's Triple-A club. 

Via Rumors and Rants
July 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Moyer, Jays agree on minor league deal

Jamie Moyer may not be finished quite yet. The Toronto Blue Jays have signed the 49-year-old left-hander to a minor league deal, giving the oldest pitcher to win a game in the big leagues another shot. The Blue Jays say Moyer will make two starts for Triple-A Las Vegas, then Toronto will decide whether to bring him back to the majors. Manager John Farrell says there are no guarantees...
Via Fox Sports
June 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Moyer agreed to minor league deal with Blue Jays

Jamie Moyer may not be finished quite yet. The Toronto Blue Jays have signed the 49-year-old left-hander to a minor league deal, giving the oldest pitcher to win a game in the big leagues another shot. The Blue Jays say Moyer will make two starts for Triple-A Las Vegas, then Toronto will decide whether to bring him back to the majors. Manager John Farrell says there are no guarantees...
Via AP on Fox
June 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer Hops Aboard Blue Jays With Minor League Deal

Jamie Moyer has a helluva story going on right now. I love the guy to death and I love how he just doesn't want to give up the game, but it's also time to seriously think about retiring and calling it a career. The 49 year-old lefty has signed a minor-league deal with the Toronto Blue Jays, his third team this season. Moyer will head to Triple-A Las Vegas and join the rotation...
Via Philliedelphia
June 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer’s Career Is Probably Over

Jamie Moyer, the 49-year-old lefty whose pitching career has spanned a whopping four decades, was released by the Orioles after his request. When Moyer signed with the O’s earlier this month, he told the organization that he would make three starts with Triple-A Norfolk and then the O’s would make the decision to promote him or not. He pitched his three starts for Triple-A Norfolk...
Via Next Impulse Sports
June 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Jamie Moyer Released by Orioles, 49-Year-Old Was Oldest Ever to Play in Majors

The Baltimore Orioles did not promote 49-year-old Jamie Moyer from the minor leagues after three starts. Moyer requested a move, and that’s just what the Orioles did. Baltimore released the oldest active player in professional baseball on Saturday. He was released by the Rockies on May 30 and signed a minor league contract with the Orioles on June 6. When Moyer signed the contract...
Via NESN.com
June 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Orioles release 49-year-old Moyer

The Orioles have released 49-year-old pitcher Jamie Moyer, who requested the move after the team failed to promote him from the minor leagues. Moyer started the season with Colorado, where he became the oldest pitcher to win a game in the big leagues. He was released by the Rockies after going 2-5 and signed a minor league deal with the Orioles on June 6. Moyer signed the contract...
Via AP on Fox
June 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Jamie Moyer can opt out of Orioles contract

Former Phillies starting pitcher Jamie Moyer continues to try and stick in the big leagues, and if he is not promoted by the Baltimore Orioles in the next few days he will once again become a free agent on the market. According to MASN's Roch Kubatko...   #orioles must make a decision on Moyer in the next few days. He can opt out if club doesn't select his contract...
Via Macho Row
June 21, 2012  |  Discuss

DMV: O’s Draft 18-Year-Old Ryan Ripken, Sign 49-Year-Old Moyer

O’s draft 18-year-old 6′6″ 1B Ryan Ripken in the 20th round. [The Sun] O’s sign 49-year-old ex-Oriole Jamie Moyer to a minor-league deal. [BSR] Moyer joins AAA team with tons of washed-up guys. [O's Card o' the Day] O’s sign ex-All-Star Nate McLouth to minor-league deal. [Camden Chat] Chen outduels Beckett, O’s win 7th straight at Boston. [Camden Chat] Nats take...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
June 07, 2012  |  Discuss

The Orioles Sign Jamie Moyer to a minor league deal...

I thought this was a joke when my good friend texted me while driving from an appointment; however, it's not. Oriole Post covers one of baseball's most disappointing teams over the last decade. Although the Orioles are light on victories, Oriole Post is never light on objective commentary and analysis. Visit Oriole Post It looks like veteran southpaw Jamie Moyer - at...
Via The Outside Corner
June 07, 2012  |  Discuss

O's sign Moyer to minor-league deal

The Baltimore Orioles signed 49-year-old left-hander Jamie Moyer to a minor-league deal Wednesday, and assigned him to Triple-A Norfolk. The Colorado Rockies released Moyer at the end of last month, a little over a month after he became the oldest pitcher to win as a starter. Moyer is expected to start for Norfolk on Saturday against Buffalo. On April 17, Moyer earned the win...
Via AP on Fox
June 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Orioles sign Moyer to minor-league deal

The Baltimore Orioles signed 49-year-old left-hander Jamie Moyer to a minor-league deal Wednesday, and assigned him to Triple-A Norfolk. The Colorado Rockies released Moyer at the end of last month, a little over a month after he became the oldest pitcher to win as a starter. Moyer is expected to start for Norfolk on Saturday against Buffalo. On April 17, Moyer earned the win...
Via AP on Fox
June 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Not Done Yet: Jamie Moyer Signs Deal With the Baltimore Orioles

Despite being released by the Colorado Rockies at age 49, Jamie Moyer is unwilling to give up playing baseball.  Today he signed a minor-league contract with the Baltimore Orioles. He will report to AAA where he will join former Phillies J.C. Romero and Joel Pineiro, along with former big-leaguers Miguel Tejada, Bill Hall, Joel Pineiro, J.C. Romero, Lew Ford, Pat Neshek, and...
Via Philliedelphia
June 06, 2012  |  Discuss
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