After yesterday's double-clinching celebration, the Yankees get to face one baseball's best prospects on the mound today, Matt Moore. This will be Moore's first start; the 22 year old got two big league relief appearances under his belt last week. I wrote about Moore at Fangraphs the other day, and since he hasn't pitched since then, everything there is still relevant today. As something of an addendum to that, I've linked in this post to pitch grips of Moore's four-seam fastball, circle changeup, and spike curveball, courtesy of Four-Seam Images (taken during minor league games from this year). When analyzing and researching pitchers, it's always good to get a look at how the pitch is actually held, so hopefully this is informative. For future posts on specific pitchers, I'll include pitch grips whenever possible.
**EDIT**: Mike Fast just sent me this video of Moore (from 2010) discussing his pitch grips and mechanics. It's very interesting!