UCLA outfielder Ty Moore has been selected to compete at the 2014 Cape Cod League All-Star Game, as announced by the league today. Moore will play as a reserve for the East Division.
Moore, who will enter his third season at UCLA in 2015, is hitting .284 with five doubles, one triple, two home runs and 19 RBI for the Chatham Anglers. Moore has also collected 14 runs and five stolen bases for the Anglers. At UCLA, he batted .294 during his sophomore season, leading the Bruins with 28 runs scored and 14 doubles. He started all 56 games for the Bruins this past season, slugging .417 with 24 RBI as well. As a freshman in 2013, Moore played in 28 games, helping UCLA to its first NCAA Championship in program history.
This is the second consecutive year that UCLA has had a player participate at the Cape Cod League All-Star Game as pitcher James Kaprielian competed for the East Division in 2013. The 2014 All-Star Game will take place on Sunday, July 27 at Doran Park in Bourne, Mass.