Dylan Scott Moore is a Major League Baseball (MLB) utility player for the Seattle Mariners of the United States. On August 2, 1992, Moore was born in the United States.
Moore attended El Dorado High School in Placentia, California, for his secondary schooling. After that, he attended Cypress College for two years to earn an associate’s degree before continuing his education at the University of Central Florida to earn a bachelor’s.
Moore was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the seventh round of the 2015 MLB draft, making him the 198th overall pick. In 2015, Moore played for both the Spokane Indians and the Hickory Crawdads as a rookie.
With Atlanta on August 24, 2016, Moore spent a year in Double-A Mississippi before moving on to 2018.
He joined the Salt River Rafters following the regular season of 2016 to play. Biloxi and Colorado Springs were Moore’s home bases in 2018.
The Atlanta Braves acquired Moore in the transaction. The Salt River Rafters signed him following the regular season of the 2016 season. With Biloxi and Colorado Springs as his home bases, Moore had a split year in 2018.
With 14 homers and 58 RBIs over 121 games, his slash line reads as follows:.299/.364/.522/.885.
A one-year agreement was struck between the Seattle Mariners and Moore on November 9. Moore was part of Seattle’s Opening Day roster this year. As a defensive replacement at third base, Moore made his Major League Baseball debut on March 20.
In only one at-bat, Moore not only walked but also stole a base. Moore slugged.206 with nine home runs, 28 RBIs and 11 stolen bases in 113 games.
How Tall Is Dylan Moore?
He stands 1.78 meters tall and weighs 76 kg.