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Washington Nationals: Would Tyler Moore's Promotion Keep Bryce Harper Down?

Washington Nationals' prospect Tyler Moore made the first start of his career in left field on Monday. He previously played first base exclusively. Moore possesses an extremely powerful bat, mashing 68 home runs since the 2010 season. He's hit 31 home runs in each of the past two seasons and is off to a hot start thus far. In 17 games (62 at-bats), Moore has six home runs, 16 RBI and a line of.
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