How Old Is Matt Moore?
Matt Moore is 32 years old. He was born on June 18, 1989.
Matthew Cody Moore is a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Texas Rangers in the United States.
He has played for the Tampa Bay Rays, San Francisco Giants, Detroit Tigers, and Philadelphia Phillies in Major League Baseball, as well as the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks in Nippon Professional Baseball.
Moore was born in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, then relocated with his family to Okinawa when he was seven years old, then to Edgewood, New Mexico in 2000.
Moore chose to sign a professional deal with the Rays after being taken in the 2007 MLB draft, despite having committed to play collegiate baseball with the University of New Mexico.
Before making his major league debut in 2011, he set many strikeout records for the Rays’ development system. Moore played two complete seasons with the Rays before missing the 2014 season due to Tommy John surgery.
In 2015, he returned, and the following year, he was traded to the Giants.
Moore was traded to the Rangers in the 2018 offseason after struggling with run control in his second season with the Giants, leading the National League in earned runs allowed.
With the Rangers, his earned run average (ERA) remained high, and he was relegated to the bullpen to work on his mechanics.
Moore was signed to a one-year contract by the Tigers in the hopes of a rebound season in 2019, but he only played two games before sustaining a season-ending knee injury.
Moore played with the Japan Series-winning Hawks for a year before joining the Philadelphia Phillies in 2021.
Moore signed a $115,000 deal with the Rays in 2007 after being picked 245th overall. At the age of 18, he made his debut with the Rookie Princeton Rays that year.
He had a 0–0 win-loss record, a 2.66 earned run average (ERA), and 29 strikeouts in 8 games in 20+13 innings with the Rays in his debut minor league season.
In 54+13 innings pitched in 2008, he had a 2–2 record, 1.66 ERA, and 77 strikeouts.  Moore was selected a Baseball America Rookie All-Star after his first complete season in 2008.