January 10, 2011

Moyer Monday: January 10

Once again, in conjunction with the great Moyer Foundation...The Hall is pleased to present this month's "Moyer Monday".

Question:  What player(s) do you recall as being a challenge to retire? Are there hitters you are most proud of having gotten out?

Moyer:  The players that have good comprehension of the strike zone are always the toughest hitters to get out. Any Major League hitter I am proud to have gotten out!

Question:  I’ve heard that one of your hobbies is collecting wine. What is your favorite kind of wine and/or winery?

Moyer:  My favorite type of wines are bordeaux, super tuscans, piedmonts, barolos, cabernet and merlot.

Question:  When you were younger, did you ever consider playing a different position in baseball? If so, what position other than pitcher do you think would best suit you?

Moyer:  Being left-handed limits the positions you can play so pitcher has become my favorite.

Question:  Do you have any New Year’s Resolutions? What are you most looking forward to in 2011?

Moyer:  Getting through another rehab while enjoying my family. Also becoming more involved with The Moyer Foundation.

Question:  What do you think of the most recent Baseball Hall of Fame inductees?

Moyer:  I think all of this year's inductees are worthy of the honor including Pat Gillick. They have all greatly contributed to the game of baseball.

Remember, you can follow The Moyer Foundation on Twitter at @moyerfoundation. To learn more about the foundation or make a donation to support one of their programs, please visit them online at The Moyer Foundation.


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