Matt Moore

#51 RP / Detroit Tigers / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lb Age: 30 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Transferred to 60-day IL

      Matt Moore (knee) was moved to the 60-day injured list Tuesday.Moore has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2019 season after undergoing knee surgery, so the Detroit Tigers will open up a spot on the 40-man roster by transferring him to the 60-day injured list. Harold Castro was added to the 40-man in a corresponding move.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Done for season after surgery

      Matt Moore (knee) will miss the rest of the 2019 season after undergoing meniscus surgery Wednesday, Jason Beck of reports.Moore initially believed he could avoid surgery, but the Detroit Tigers later determined a procedure would be necessary. The southpaw was optimistic that his surgery would keep him sidelined for 4-to-6 weeks, but his timeline was pushed back after doctors detected more damage than expected. Moore will become a free agent after the season and may have to settle for a one-year contract with limited guaranteed money after missing nearly all of 2019 due to injury.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Set for knee surgery

      Matt Moore will undergo surgery Wednesday to address a meniscus tear in his right knee, Jason Beck of reports.Moore indicated earlier in the week he might be able to avoid surgery, but his brief attempt at rehab apparently didn't yield any improvement. More clarity on Moore's timeline for a return should become available once the procedure is completed, though the southpaw said he's hopeful that he'll need just 4-to-6 weeks to heal up if no reconstructive work is needed for the knee, per Beck.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Thinks he'll avoid surgery

      Matt Moore said Tuesday that he's optimistic that he can treat his sprained right knee through rest and rehab rather than surgery, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports.The southpaw has yet to formally decide whether to undergo surgery for the knee issue -- which he believes is meniscus-related -- but the lack of swelling he's experienced since suffering the injury in Saturday's start against the Royals offers encouragement that a procedure won't be necessary. In any event, Moore will almost certainly miss more than the minimum 10 days, paving the way for Daniel Norris to receive multiple turns through the Detroit rotation.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Contemplating surgery

      Matt Moore and the Detroit Tigers are still determining whether surgery or rest and rehab is the better method for treating the sprained right knee he sustained in his start Saturday against the Royals, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.With three strikeouts over three scoreless frames, Moore was well on his way to his second straight excellent outing to open the season before exiting with the knee injury. The Tigers announced just two hours after Moore's departure that he would shift to the 10-day injured list, with the team anticipating that he would miss at least a couple of weeks. A firmer timeline for Moore's return should become available once it's decided how he'll treat the injury, but any surgical procedure would almost certainly increase the length of his absence. Daniel Norris will get the first crack at replacing the southpaw in the rotation.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Heading to injured list

      Matt Moore is heading to the injured list with a right knee sprain.Moore suffered the injury during his start Saturday against the Royals and left after three innings. It's unclear how much time he's expected to miss, but he'll be forced to skip at least one start. Daniel Norris is expected to take his place in the rotation.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Exits with knee sprain

      Matt Moore left Saturday's game with a right knee sprain, Jason Beck of reports.The severity of the injury is not yet clear. He had been breezing through his start prior to being removed, throwing three scoreless innings with three strikeouts and just one hit allowed.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Earns quality start

      Matt Moore gave up no runs on two hits with one walk over seven innings in a no-decision against the Blue Jays on Sunday. He struck out six.Moore was exceptional, striking out six batters on his way to his first quality start of the season. It was a welcome sight for the left-hander, who struggled through a disastrous 6.79 ERA last year. The southpaw will look to keep rolling in his next start against Kansas City on Saturday at Comerica Park.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Will start the season fourth

      Matt Moore will start the fourth game of the season for the Detroit Tigers, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.The Tigers will roll out Jordan Zimmermann, Matt Boyd, Spencer Turnbull and then Moore. This lines the lefty up to face the Blue Jays in Toronto on Sunday. Fantasy owners should tread carefully with Moore, as he struggled each of the last two seasons and didn't show much improvement this spring.

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      Tigers' Matt Moore: Ends spring with a dud

      Matt Moore allowed four runs (three earned) on four hits across three innings in Tuesday's Grapefruit League game against the Rays. He walked one and struck out three.Lined up against one of his former teams, Moore struggled and ran his final spring training ERA up to 5.48. The Detroit Tigers don't have a ton of better options for their rotation, so Moore should have a spot fairly well secured. However, after finishing the last two seasons with ERAs of 5.52 and 6.79, the lefty will have to show some improvement to garner attention from fantasy owners.