9/29: Invited to try out for Olympic squad
6/5: White Sox draft Moat in 19th Round "I think if I had to decide right now, I'd go," Moat said. "I want to get started. I passed it up in high school, and I don't want to do that again." ..if he does sign, Moat is looking forward to joining the White Sox organization because one of his best friends at college, pitcher Royce Ring, was drafted by Chicago last year and has advanced to Class AA ball this year. "Maybe soon I'll be able to play with him again," Moat said."
6/3: 562nd Overall, Round 19 - White Sox
4/8: Receives 2nd MWC Pitcher of the Week award
4/4: 7.1 inning win over BYU - Improves to 3-3 on season
3/1: Jake McLintock (03R) 2R HR in loss to OSU ; Corona triples; Moat 7IP, no decision
2/23: Mike Moat, Pitching in for the Cause - Boulder News "Gwynn said Moat made great strides in his pitching after participating in a high-caliber semi-pro summer environment with the Alaska Goldpanners. The longtime semi-pro power in the Alaska League won the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan., in 2002, with Moat going 1-0 with a 1.74 ERA in two NBC tournament games, striking out 10 and walking two in 101/3 innings.. Gwynn said of Moat, "He came back a much more confident and mature pitcher." Moat said pitching in Alaska was an experience of a lifetime. He had never been to the 49th state. "Everything turned out really well," he said. "I loved it up there. The atmosphere, everyone wanted to win it all. To top it off, we made it to Wichita and won it all."
2/17: Named MWC Pitcher of the Week
2/16: 8IP, 9K, 3H, 0BB
2/1: 1ER over 6IP, takes loss
1/28: San Diego Baseball.com Pitcher of the Week
1/26: Pitches strong until pitch count; ASU wins, 2nd save for closer Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP)
8/14: Panners Strike Pure Gold - ADN "To be honest with you," Anchorage coach Bob Miller replied when asked what happened, "I'm at a loss for words right now." "From the day we got here, we thought we might be seeing (the Pilots) tonight," Cheff said. "That's a really good club we had to beat twice here. Doing it the way we did it certainly makes it more special."
8/14: Fairbanks wins record sixth title "The two teams had met three times before in the championship game, with Fairbanks now holding a 3-1 advantage."
8/11: Panners Advance to Championship "We were run-ruling everyone, and we had to be reminded what this tournament would be like. But the way we've done it, we know we deserve to be in the championship."
6/12: Goldpanners Win Opener - Richard Larson "Mike Moat made an impressive debut for the Alaska Goldpanners, pitching one-hit ball over eight innings as the Panners opened their season with a solid 5-0 win over the Mat-Su Miners in Palmer on Tuesday. Haag was 2 for 4 with a run scored, Jennings was 2 for 3 with a run scored, and Montgomery was 1 for 3 with a run scored and two RBIs to lead the Panners at the plate."