Page High School hires Ty Moore as Pirates’ new Baseball Coach

Page High School is excited to announce the hiring of Ty Moore as our next varsity baseball coach.

Coach Moore is a native of Mission Viejo, California. He attended Mater Dei High School where he was named the Gatorade California State Player of the Year, California Mr. Baseball, and received USA Today All-America honors in 2012. He later played collegiate baseball at the University of California at Los Angeles where he helped UCLA win the 2013 College World Series.

He was a two-time All PAC12 selection prior to getting drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 12th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. He played five professional seasons before settling in the Greensboro area. Coach Moore started his coaching career as an assistant baseball coach at Guilford during the 2018-2019 season. He would then became a minor league hitting coach for the Baltimore Orioles organization from 2019-2021 where he trained and developed minor league players at all levels of the Orioles organization.

Coach Moore also established a non-profit organization called “Bigger Than Baseball” that aims to spread the game of baseball into areas that otherwise lack resources to fund equipment and fields.

Page High School principal, Erik Naglee issued the following statement.
“We are excited to bring someone with baseball experience like Ty Moore to Page High School. He expects a lot from his athletes both in the classroom and on the field. We can’t wait for him to get started”

Page High School athletic director, Matthew Harder issued the following statement.

“Coach Moore brings a wealth of collegiate and professional experiences to the Page baseball program. His affinity for the game and experience developing aspiring athletes will pay huge dividends for the Page program. We are excited about his vision for student-athletes both inside and outside of the classroom. We are excited for the future of Page baseball.”