Tyler Moore 1B WAS 8 Days

Moore got the start in left field and went 2-for-3 Friday with a double, a run scored and an RBI.

He's doing everything he can to prove he deserves to be on a major league roster this year, and Moore is now hitting .387/.394/.742 in 31 at-bats, with eight of his 12 hits going for extra bases. Given the Nationals' injuries in the outfield, Moore could well break camp with the club and have some value in the early part of the season.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 22 Days

Moore has come out firing this spring, going 4-for-5 through the Nationals' first two games with two doubles, a triple and a home run.

He also misplayed a ball in right field, however, and unless injuries open up a roster spot Moore could have a hard time cracking the 25-man roster as a right-handed bench bat on a team with a decidedly rightward lean in its starting lineup. His best bet for regular at-bats in 2015 might have to come in another organization.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 28 Days

Despite being out of options, Moore could be a bit behind Mike Carp in the spring battle for a bench spot given the Nationals' need for left-handed hitters, the Washington Post reports.

If Moore doesn't make the 25-man roster, he's unlikely to clear waivers, complicating the roster decisions for the Nats. Given the injury history of first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, whoever wins the job backing him up could have more fantasy value than expected in deeper NL-only leagues.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 7 Months

Moore was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on Monday.

Given the relative health of the Nats' outfield options as well as Adam LaRoche, Moore figures to be deployed primarily off the bench in September, though he could steal occasional starts at first base against left-handed pitching. Moore hit .278/.391/.514 with four homers in 72 at-bats against lefties at Syracuse this season.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 10 Months

Nationals optioned 1B/OF Tyler Moore to Triple-A Syracuse.

This means that Greg Dobbs will remain with the team. Moore, 27, is batting .214/.295/.371 over 31 games with the Nationals this season.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 11 Months

Tyler Moore went 2-for-4 with two runs batted in as the Nationals defeated the Mets on Friday.

Moore knocked in the Nationals' third run in the first inning with an RBI groundout, then added his second RBI with a single in the third inning. Moore has seen an increase in playing time since Adam LaRoche went on the disabled list and has now hit safely in four consecutive games.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 11 Months

Nationals recalled 1B/OF Tyler Moore from Triple-A Syracuse.

Moore has hit .200/.273/.433 in 30 at-bats with the Nats this season. He's worth owning in NL-only leagues as he sees some time at first base while Adam LaRoche (quad) is on the disabled list.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 11 Months

Nationals optioned 1B Tyler Moore to Triple-A Syracuse.

Moore hit .200/.273/.433 in 30 at-bats with the Nats. The team optioned him to make room for Doug Fister on the active roster.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 11 Months

Tyler Moore went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored on Friday against the Phillies.

It was his second home run of the season. Moore is quite strikeout prone, but he could see at-bats against southpaws while Bryce Harper (thumb) is on the disabled list. Still, that doesn't leave much room for fantasy value, even in NL-only leagues.

Tyler Moore 1B WAS 12 Months

Tyler Moore went 3-for-5 and hit his first homer Monday against the Marlins.

Moore was getting a start at first base in place of Adam LaRoche tonight. That won't happen very frequently, but maybe the Nationals will give him a couple of starts in left while the outfield is banged up. That would give him a little short-term value in NL-only leagues, but probably only a little.