Lloyd Anthony Moseby
Shaker Position: Centerfielder
Bats: Left, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 3", Weight: 200 lb.
Born: November 5, 1959 in Portland, AR
High School: Oakland HS (Oakland, CA) by the Drafted Toronto Blue Jays in the 1st round (2nd pick) of the 1978 amateur draft.
( All Transactions) Debut: May 24, 1980 (Age 20)
vs. NYY 4 AB, 2 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): BlueJays/Tigers 1980-1991 Agents: Jim Neader [*] Final Game: October 6, 1991 (Age 31)
vs. BAL 5 AB, 2 H, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 0 SB
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News -- March 2014
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2/25 Pinstripe Pundits: Finding Comps for Yankees Prospects: Slade Heathcott: Derek and I ranked outfield prospect Slade Heathcott as our #5 prospect this offseason and gave him an anti**** MLB ETA of 2016. ... News -- December 2013
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10/8 Jays Journal: Colby Rasmus: One of MLB’s Great Centre Fielders: When Colby Rasmus was dealt to the Toronto Blue Jays from the St. Louis Cardinals in a blockbuster trade on July 27, 2011, there ... News -- September 2013
9/5 Jays Journal: Red Sox Explosion Reminds Some of Blue Jays 10-HR Game: On Wednesday night, the Boston Red Sox exploded for 8 home runs en route to a 20-4 drubbing of the Detroit Tigers. But wait, why ...
9/4 Hot Corner Harbor: Retired Numbers Series: Toronto Blue Jays: Just over two years ago, I started the Retired Numbers Series with the intent of taking a thorough examination at every team’s ... News -- August 2013
8/1 Baseball Musings: Moseby On By: Via BBTF, I want to give a big thank you to Lloyd Moseby: “I’m surprised,” Lloyd Moseby is saying, “that ... News -- May 2013
5/23 Billy-Ball.com: Bautista does it all for the Jays: Jose Bautista hit a pair of homers, including a 9th inning tying shot off Fernando Rodney, who blew another save, then had a walkoff ... News -- March 2013
3/8 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1987: For those of you on pins and needles waiting to hear about a 25 year old game I apologize for the delay but here we are. After ...
3/4 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1984: 1984 was a magical year. The Beastie Boys were fighting for our rights and I went to my first Blue Jays game. I am glad I still ...
3/3 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1983: Ahhh 1983. Now we are talking about the true birth of a competitive, competent and exciting team. 1983 was the year Dave Collins ... News -- February 2013
2/28 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1980: For those of you who are keeping track, Unky Jeff mentioned last article that Roy Hartsfield was let go as manager of the Blue ...
2/26 Jays Journal: : Being five years old at the time of the second ever Blue Jays Home Opener, I remember little. The first game is embedded in all ... News -- November 2012
11/9 mlbreports.com: The Toronto Blue Jays Franchise 1977-1993 Part 1 Of A 6 Part Series: Friday, Nov.09/2012 Note from Chuck Booth: I am attempting to bring the history for each of the 30 MLB Franchises into a 5 part ... News -- May 2012
5/18 High Heat Stats: The Mount Rushmore of the Toronto Blue Jays: Time for 1977′s other expansion team to get the Rushmore treatment. Let’s get started. First of all, can you guess ... News -- January 2012
1/13 High Heat Stats: The 10 most under-appreciated players of the 1980s: #1 Dwayne Murphy: Oakland Athletics outfielder Dwayne Murphy tops our countdown of the most under-appreciated players of the 1980s. If you're disappointed, ... News -- November 2011
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