MLB Rumors: Astros To Be Interested In Veteran Pitcher This Offseason

The Houston Astros have consistently expressed interest in veteran southpaw Matt Moore, both during last winter's free agency and when he hit the waiver wire this season, according to MLB Trade Rumors.

While their attempts to acquire Moore were unsuccessful due to being outbid by other teams, including the Los Angeles Angels and the Cleveland Guardians, their pursuit of his talents remains unwavering.

With the baseball season progressing and the Astros grappling with a late-season slump, the prospect of acquiring Moore in the upcoming offseason becomes increasingly enticing.

As the Astros aim to address their recent struggles and secure a strong playoff position, Moore's experience and pitching skills could prove to be a valuable addition to their roster.

With his impending free agency, the Astros are expected to explore the opportunity to bolster their pitching staff, potentially increasing their chances of success in the postseason.

Moore's availability on the market this offseason presents an enticing opportunity for the Astros to fortify their team and overcome their recent challenges.

Matt Moore, at the age of 34, brings a strong season performance with an impressive 2.77 ERA, an solid 28.5% strikeout rate, and a low 7% walk rate. Photo Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports