Four for Moore: P-Nats First Baseman Wins Fourth Player of the Week Award

Potomac Nationals

August 23, 2010 - Carolina League (CarL) - Potomac Nationals

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(WOODBRIDGE, VA) For the fourth time in six weeks, Tyler Moore has been named the Carolina League Player of the Week. From August 16-22, Moore was 11-24 (.458) with four home runs, two doubles, 13 RBI and six runs scored. He slugged at a .552 clip and posted an eye-popping 1.125 OPS.

Since July 15, Moore is on an offensive tear for the ages. The Brandon, Mississippi native is 61-144 (.424) with 18 HR, 55 RBI, 39 runs and 17 doubles in 37 games. Over that span, he has been on base at a .475 rate, slugged at .931 and logged an OPS of 1.406.

Moore has led the Nationals into first place in the Northern Divison's second half. The P-Nats host the second place Wilmington Blue Rocks in a pivotal three-game set at Pfitzner Stadium that starts tonight at 7:03 P.M. It is a Dollar Monday presented by the Washington Post, so call 703-590-2311 to get your tickets now.

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