- Dylan Moore had a down year in the 2023 season with the Seattle Mariners.
- He played multiple positions, including second base, third base, and the outfield.
- Injuries may have played a role in his performance decline.
Despite a strong 2022 season, Dylan Moore struggled in 2023 with injuries affecting his performance. Moore, a utility player for the Seattle Mariners, had surgery in the offseason and suffered a left oblique strain during Spring Training. Playing in 67 games, he hit seven home runs, stole seven bases, and had an OPS of .731. Despite his ups and downs, Moore made important contributions in crucial moments, including scoring the winning run in a close game against Texas. Overall, Moore’s performance in 2023 earned him a grade of C, with hopes for a better season in 2024.
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