Donnie Ray Moore
Bats: Left, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 185 lb.
Born: February 13, 1954 in Lubbock, TX
High School: Monterey HS (Lubbock, TX)
Schools: Paris Junior College (Paris, TX), Ranger College (Ranger, TX)
Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 1st round (3rd pick) of the 1973 amateur draft (January Secondary). Player signed June 3, 1973.
Debut: September 14, 1975 (Age 21.213)
vs. PHI 2.2 IP, 3 H, 2 SO, 2 BB, 0 ER
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1977 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Angels/Cubs/Braves/Cardinals/Brewers 1975-1988
Agents: David Pinter,Peter Rose [*]
Final Game: August 7, 1988 (Age 34.176)
Died: July 18, 1989 in Anaheim, CA
Buried: Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park, Woodrow, TX
Relatives: Cousin of Hubie Brooks
About biographical information
Career Home Runs
Hit location and pitches data is shown only for seasons after 1988
(completeness summary of pitch
and hit data
Donnie Moore: 0 Career Home Runs
0 leading off,
0 go ahead
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are not shown.
This player has not hit any home runs.
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