Phillies Prospect #22: Tim Moss

Tim Moss has seen his share of ups and downs in his relatively short professional career. Last season was a little of both with a horrid start at Reading and a hot run with the Clearwater Threshers.
February 22, 2007

Grading The Top 10: Tim Moss

As we approach the 1/3 point of the season, it's time to take a look at how the top ten Phillies prospects are doing this season. Our number nine prospect is second baseman Tim Moss, who is off to his usual slow start.
May 23, 2006

Moss: "Last season was no fluke"

After a slow start to his career, Tim Moss arrived last season at Clearwater when he hit 17 homeruns. Now, with some thinking it was a fluke, Moss will gladly show that it wasn't.
April 5, 2006

Top Prospect #9: Tim Moss

Tim Moss looked like a flop early in his professional career. Then, after getting over injuries and health problems, things turned around for Moss and he's jumped up the list of Phillies prospects. The problem is how he could fit onto a Phillies team that already has Chase Utley at second base.
February 22, 2006

Moss, Blalock Among Unprotected Phillies

The Phillies - and the other 29 Major League teams - set their official 40 man rosters over the weekend in preparation for the Rule 5 Draft. While the Phillies locked up Scott Mathieson and Michael Bourn, as always, there are debates as to whether other players should have been protected as well.
November 22, 2005

CD's Phuture Phillie Phenoms...Girl With A Curl

There is a wonderful story about a little girl with a curl. It was said that when she was good, she was very, very good, and when she was bad, she was very, very bad. The state of the Phillies pharm system is much like that girl. When they were good, they were very, very good, but when they were bad, they were very, very bad. Somewhere in the middle probably lies the true depth of talent. Let's take a look at the Phillie minor league depth chart and what we can expect in the near future.
September 15, 2005

Clearwater Player and Pitcher of the Year

It's never easy to play on a bad team, but that's what members of the Clearwater Threshers had to endure this season. Jake Blalock and Scott Mathieson stood out above the rest of their teammates on their way to being the Clearwater Player and Pitcher of the Year.
September 6, 2005