#rays say Moore underwent successful Tommy John surgery this afternoon
Tampa Bay Times "Rays All-Star pitcher Matt Moore has decided to have surgery on his left elbow next week and will be sidelined for about a year. Moore told the Tampa Bay Times after Monday night's game of his decision to have Tommy John ligament replacement surgery, saying the discomfort he felt during an..." April 15
Tampa Tribune "Further testing on Matt Moore's left elbow Wednesday revealed a tear in the ulnar collateral ligament. The Rays and Moore are deciding on the next step, which is either surgery or rehabilitation. “Honestly, let's just wait until (today). I don't have everything in,” Rays manager Joe Maddon said..." April 10
Hearing Matt Moore's elbow injury involves his UCL. If tear small enough, could rehab, pitch through. Often ends up with Tommy John surgery.
No update on #Rays Moore yet but hearing Beliveau is on way from Durham to add arm to bullpen, so DL at least for Moore
#rays Moore left game with left elbow soreness. Going for an MRI tomorrow. Rays said no reason at this time to believe its serious
#Rays say X-Rays on Moore's jaw were negative. He had a light workout today and is expected to make his next start
#Rays Moore got a couple stitches for a laceration of his lip. No concussion symptoms
MLB.com "Matt Moore felt fine Sunday a day after the 24-year-old left-hander threw a simulated game. "I feel good just normal soreness" Moore said. "I feel like my chest and my back that area the cuff that gets normally sore normal soreness today so far. … I think it's a good sign just waking up and..." August 26
Tampa Tribune "Matt Moore will join the rotation Sept. 3 in Anaheim manager Joe Maddon said after Sunday's 3-2 11-inning loss to the Yankees. Moore who hasn't pitched since July 28 because of a sore left elbow is scheduled to throw a bullpen today then pitch Thursday in a minor-league game. Maddon said they..." August 26
Tampa Tribune "LHP Matt Moore (sore left elbow) threw a simulated game Saturday before the Tampa Bay Rays’ 4-2 win over the visiting New York Yankees and pronounced himself ready to rejoin the rotation later this week against the Angels. Manager Joe Maddon watched Moore throw and said the southpaw should be..." August 25
#rays Moore made 55 throws from 75 feet said it went great exactly how it's supposed to feel like. Will play catch again tomm.
#rays Moore will not pitch Saturday. Will throw Sunday and be reevaluated. Team said not a setback. Just being cautious.
Hearing #Rays Matt Moore going to DL with left elbow soreness
Tampa Tribune "Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Matt Moore wanted to smile when he reached the mound in the ninth inning Monday needing only three outs for the first shutout (or complete game of any sort) of his career. "It was a lot of fun," he said. But Moore resisted the urge to crack even the shyest..." July 23
MLB announces Matt Moore has replaced Yu Darvish on the AL All-Star team.
Tampa Tribune "When you are left-handed and you throw as hard as Matt Moore you are going to walk a lot of batters, and he did Tuesday night. You are also going to strike out a lot of batters, and Moore did that as well. But it's what you do in between those all those walks that make the difference,..." June 26
Tampa Bay Times "The headlines from Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Red Sox belong to Matt Moore, who became the first American League pitcher to seven wins, and a perfect seven at that, and the first in Rays history to be 7-0. "That's pretty incredible," manager Joe Maddon said. But the story line of how the..." May 15
New York Post "Those among us who are losing years off lives stressing about CC Sabathia’s fastballs had their worry beads in the wrong place last night. Even if the ace reached triple digits it wouldn’t have been nearly enough because of the way lefty Matt Moore handled a Yankees lineup that was without..." April 23
Tampa Tribune "Waiting for Matt Moore on the top step of the dugout in the middle of the fifth inning Friday to offer a high-five was Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon. It was a welcome sight for Moore, who has struggled with his command during his first three starts of the spring. The Rays left-hander..." March 16
Tampa Bay Times "Expect more wins. Expect more innings. Expect more command. Most of all, expect more Moore. For the Rays, this is where the potential improvement starts, deep in that electric left arm of Matt Moore. Even now, even after a season in which his fastball took some lumps, Moore's improvement..." February 17