Dylan Moore, who left the game after being hit in the head by a fastball on Wednesday night, is expected to be OK. Seattle Mariners manager, Scott Servais said Moore never lost consciousness and that his removal from the game was just precautionary. If Moore doesn't have any setbacks overnight he will probably be in the Mariners line-up on Thursday. (Greg Johns on Twitter)
Moore has been fantastic this season slashing .267/.358/.508 with seven home runs and 11 stolen bases in 120 at-bats for the Mariners. His barrel rate has doubled from 6.5% last season to 13.3% this season and he has cut his strikeout rate by almost 25% from 33% last season to 27% this season. Moore is in a mini-slump over his past four games with only two singles and two walks in 16 plate appearances. However, even when Moore slumps he is still able to provide value through stolen bases. Owners in standard 12-team redraft leagues can add Moore if he is available and start him.