Moore went 2-for-3 with two doubles, a walk, two RBI and a run during Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Padres. He was also caught stealing twice. It was a tough day on the basepaths for Moore, but it was otherwise a productive day as he delivered his first multi-hit effort since June 5. The 29-year-old has started the past six games, and he's gone 5-for-16 with a home run, two doubles, five walks, four RBI and four runs during that stretch.
Moore will start in right field and bat eighth in Tuesday's game against the Padres. Moore will make his second straight start in the outfield and sixth in a row overall, after his preceding four starts came at shortstop. With Jesse Winker set to serve his six-game suspension through the remainder of the week, Moore looks like he'll be locked into an everyday role in the short term. While starting the past five contests, Moore has gone 3-for-13 with a home run, five walks, three runs and two RBI.
Moore went 1-for-2 with a run in a win over the Athletics on Sunday. The valued utility man drew another start at shortstop for the suspended J.P. Crawford and reached safely for the fourth time in as many games filling in for his teammate. Despite the modest run of productivity, Moore's slash line is still a lopsided .170/.341/.330, and he's projected to lose his temporary everyday status beginning with Crawford's return in a road matchup Monday against the Padres.
Moore will start at shortstop and bat ninth in Sunday's game against the Athletics. Moore will be making his fourth consecutive start Sunday, but his run as an everyday player could come to an end beginning with Monday's game in San Diego. Sunday marks the final contest of J.P. Crawford's four-game suspension, and he should immediately take over as the Mariners' everyday shortstop to begin the upcoming week.
Moore went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk in an 8-6 victory against the Athletics on Thursday. Moore slugged a two-run shot in the fourth inning to give Seattle a temporary 4-1 lead. The utility man entered the contest in a slump, going 1-for-23 over his previous 10 contests. Moore has proven to be a good base stealer with 10 thefts in 13 tries on the campaign, giving him four straight seasons with double-digit steals, but his .168/.325/.337 slash line makes him a risky player to roster in fantasy.