That's what it's all about to me," Moore said. "It's always nice to help anybody out, any group of people, anytime you can. And doing something like this is a nice way to do it. I'm fortunate to be from this valley where people have come together and we can take care of each other. Just to be a part of this with Spartos and Final Score is great.
I hope it is a good turnout," said Moore, who will be signing autographs at the event. "I hope people are excited to come out and be a part of something that is for a good cause. I'm wide open to meeting people and hanging out.
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The article also mentions that team trainers think he is ahead of schedule in rehab.
He said he's talked with Rivera and likes him and thinks he brings a good energy to the job.
His comments about the season and the future show he's handling that like a true professional and it's refreshing.
Reiterated that he'd like to be back next year.