Tall and lean; giant's body with room for growth into frame; skinny legs; lean, muscular top; Major league body with huge projection
4/22/14 - 4/24/14, 5/3/14
Erie SeaWolves (AA, Tigers)
30: Organizational Player
Swing is very inconsistent; hands will drift and drop; long extension; swing can become elongated; bat path through zone is inconsistent; plus bat speed; poor eye and cannot pick up spin; struggles with low and away offerings; load is inconsistent and sometimes non-existent; rolls over on a ton of pitches; will step in the bucket and drop shoulder; poor hitter that showed no improvement in the entire series.
Plus to plus-plus raw power; mammoth power tool but lacks the skill-set to exemplify tool against major league competition without cheating; does not play at all in-game; slight uppercut in swing; plus bat speed.
Average runner with long legs; takes a bit to get into second gear; 4.22 and 4.25 to first base on ground ball's to 2B. Speed is not a detriment in corner OF.
Defense is adventurous; route running is sub-par; moves well towards the line; struggles in gap; first step is solid; displayed some trouble going back on balls; Fringe-average due to consistencies and lacking pure instincts.
Plus arm but plays down due to inaccuracy; Can make all throws on a line; comes from a terrific plane and shows ability to laser it to home and third.
Moya is a physical specimen, but you have to be concerned about the complete lack of a hit tool. The plate discipline is poor and he shows no ability to learn in-game. The swing is generally inconsistent and makes you forget the terrific power he displays in batting practice. Moya is a batting practice champion and an organizational player in games at this point.