Chad Moeller

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 218
Bat: R
Throw: R
College: USC
Birth Place: Fountain Valley, California
Draft: 1996 7th round by the
  • Fox News

    Padres hope to avoid sweep, face Rockies in Wednesday matinee

    DENVER -- Jon Gray will try to rebound from a horrendous start and help the Colorado Rockies sweep a three-game series from the San Diego Padres on Wednesday. Gray (2-1, 6.23 ERA) will be opposed by left-hander Clayton Richard (5-9, 4.75). The Rockies, who have outscored opponents 31-17 while winning three straight, have already improved their record in series this season to 18-9-4. They trail Arizona by a half-game for the top National League wild-card spot, and they lead the Chicago Cubs by 5 1/2 games for the second wild-card berth. Gray set the Colorado franchise record with 16 strikeouts against the Padres on Sept. 17, 2016. He is 1-0 with a 0.86 ERA against them in three starts at Coors

  • J.D. Martinez, Todd Frazier trades prove it's a buyer's market
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    J.D. Martinez, Todd Frazier trades prove it's a buyer's market

    The Colorado Rockies haven’t been involved in any of the trades that have been completed so far this season. However, there is still a notable impact that those trades had on Colorado and other contenders. Part of that is one of the Rockies’ closest competitors for one of the two wild card spots, the Arizona Diamondbacks, picked up a significant bat to help them in their playoff hunt. Additionally, the market for the upcoming deadline is starting to become clearer and Rockies fans should now have a better idea what it will cost to upgrade the team. We’re now at five big deals this summer, and with one notable exception those deals have all favored the buyer. The prospect price for the buying

  • MLB execs: Get ready for a trade-deadline dash

    MLB execs: Get ready for a trade-deadline dash

    Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer Close senior writer Author of "License to Deal" Former Denver Post national baseball writer Follow on Twitter During the runup to Major League Baseball's non-waiver trade deadline, a central theme invariably emerges. In 2016, the media hyperventilated over the fate of three difference-making relievers -- Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Mark Melancon. The year before that, David Price, Johnny Cueto and Cole Hamels all changed addresses before July 31. It was an eventful summer for aces on the move. Until the Diamondbacks shook things up with a trade for outfielder J.D. Martinez on Tuesday, the most prominent storyline for this year's deadline was "fear