Jamie Moyer Gives Back

The Phillies player has the benefit of experience.

By G.W. Miller III 

Add Comment Add Comment | Comments: 3 | Posted May. 26, 2009

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He treasures those moments just as much as he remembers pitching to Mike Schmidt, Carlton Fisk and Wade Boggs. As much as watching Nolan Ryan throw two no-hitters, and Cal Ripken break Lou Gehrig’s consecutive game streak. As much as hitting fungoes to his kids at the Kingdome in Seattle, and winning the World Series last October.


“I could sit here for hours and talk about the experiences I’ve had, good and bad,” Moyer says. “I mean, that’s what life is. You walk out the door and you don’t know if you’re going to get hit by a car while you’re crossing the street. Or you could live to be 120. So it’s all about the experiences.”


That’s exactly what he’s creating for hundreds of fans, every day.

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1. Brian S. said... on May 27, 2009 at 03:42AM

“A rare athlete In these ALL ABOUT ME times...”

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2. Marian said... on May 28, 2009 at 11:53AM

“A true gentleman of the Phillies team. His eloquence, be it on the mound or during Harry's eulogy...what a great guy!”

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3. Anonymous said... on May 29, 2009 at 08:29AM

“A class act... yes! A hometown boy makes good... sure! But in the world of sports where truly as long as a player hasnt killed or robbed anyone, I want a winner. Sorry to say that Moyer Jamie isnt a winner anymore. As a pitcher he's dead just nobodies come to claim the body yet. I watch on the edge of my seat hoping he'll get his 250th win, tip his cap to the adoring fans and walk off into the sunset. If it true that its better to burn out than fade away, which one is jamie doing? In Jamies case he's doing both I just dont know which one will happen faster! God's speed Jedi master but its time to hang up the light saber”

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