“I haven’t closed that door yet,” Moyer said. “I don’t know when I would make a decision. I really haven’t put a lot of thought into it. I’m enjoying my time at home at this point. I’ve got a college senior playing baseball. A college freshman starting at Pepperdine, playing baseball. By the way, they beat U-Dub two out of three this weekend and he had the game-winning hit on Saturday in extra innings. I’m a proud dad, I was there to see it."
Moyer has a career 4.25 ERA in nearly 700 appearances in the majors, but the 50-year-old said he has not been working out towards a comeback.
“No,” he said. “I’ve just kind of let my body kind of amp itself down. I’ve played a little bit of golf. Not a lot. A little bit. And I’m just enjoying my time at home.”
Blue Jays grant Moyer release
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (7/5/2012) The Blue Jays released Jamie Moyer Thursday, after two minor-league starts in which he posted an 8.18 ERA for Triple-A Las Vegas. Moyer had a two-start guarantee for his minor-league deal, in which the team would have to make a decision on whether he would return to the majors, and it appears that the pitching-starved Blue Jays did not think he could help.