Coach Caleb Moore will be inducted into the ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame , Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Carnegie Hotel in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Joe Avento of the Johnson City Press reflects with Coach Moore on his career at ETSU and his versatility as a player in his piece, Caleb Moore: Versatility was NCAA batting champion’s calling card.
Coach Moore played his high school ball at Knoxville Catholic. He went on to play college ball at ETSU. Moore, who played for the Bucs from 2002-05, finished his career as the all-time ETSU leader in hits, doubles and RBI. He was named second team All-American in 2004 after leading the nation in batting average and doubles, and reprised that honor as a senior in 2005. He was twice named to the All-Southern Conference team, and in 2004 was awarded SoCon Player of the Year. He is a two-time Division 1 All-American, 2004 NCAA Batting Champion, and the 2005 4th round draft pick of the Minnesota Twins.
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