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Moises Hernandez | Starting Pitcher

Team: Seattle Mariners
Age / DOB:  (31) / 3/18/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 170
Bats / Throws: Right / Right

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Mariners re-signed RHP Moises Hernandez to a minor league contract.
The older brother of Felix Hernandez, Moises will remain in the Mariners' organization despite posting a 6.66 ERA in 32 appearances at the Double-A level last season. He's merely organizational depth. Sun, Feb 10, 2013 08:37:00 PM

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Mariners signed RHP Moises Hernandez to a minor league contract.

Moises, the older brother of Felix Hernandez, didn't pitch at all in the minor leagues last season and has never been regarded as a promising pitching prospect. But, hey, now he can spend spring training in camp with his sibling. And that's pretty much all this is. The 26-year-old right-hander has not enjoyed success above the Single-A level.
Wed, Feb 9, 2011 04:29:00 PM

Moises Hernandez picked up his eighth win for Single-A Myrtle Beach by allowing two runs in eight innings on Thursday.

Aided by working in a great environment for pitchers, Felix's older brother has a 3.06 ERA in 11 starts. He's allowed 67 hits, walked 19 and struck out 40 in 67 2/3 innings. At this point, the 23-year-old still looks like a long shot to make it as a reliever.
Fri, Jun 1, 2007 03:11:00 PM

Braves prospect Moises Hernandez allowed three runs in an inning Wednesday in his debut for Single-A Myrtle Beach.

Felix's older brother had a 1.93 ERA and a 34/13 K/BB ratio in 32 2/3 IP for low Single-A Rome. Hernandez, 21, was the Braves' compensation for the Orioles' signing of Leo Mazzone. He's never been looked at as much of a prospect, but perhaps there's a chance he'll make it to the majors as a reliever.
Thu, May 25, 2006 02:36:00 PM

Braves acquired RHP Moises Hernandez from the Orioles as compensation for pitching coach Leo Mazzone.

The 21-year-old is the older brother of Seattle's Felix Hernandez. Moises had a 3.08 ERA and a 56/24 K/BB ratio in 52 2/3 IP for short-season Single-A Aberdeen this season, making seven starts and four relief appearances. He's not regarded as much of a prospect, but if any team can turn him into something, it's probably the Braves.
Fri, Oct 21, 2005 04:28:00 PM

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C1Jesus Sucre
2John Hicks
3Steven Baron
1B1Logan Morrison
2B1Robinson Cano
SS1Ketel Marte
3B1Kyle Seager
LF1Seth Smith
2Stefen Romero
3Shawn O'Malley
CF1Brad Miller
2Franklin Gutierrez
3James Jones
RF1Nelson Cruz
DH1Mark Trumbo
2Jesus Montero
Starting Pitcher
S1Felix Hernandez
2Hisashi Iwakuma
3James Paxton
4Taijuan Walker
5Roenis Elias
Relief Pitcher
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2Carson Smith
3Charlie Furbush
4Joe Beimel
5David Rollins
6Mayckol Guaipe
7Rob Rasmussen
8Vidal Nuno
9Logan Kensing
10Tony Zych
11Jose Ramirez
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