Chat with Phillies P Jamie Moyer

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Moyer is the oldest active player in MLB.
Welcome to The Show! On Friday, as MLB's spring training is nearing, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer will stop by to chat about winning the World Series trophy last season.

Philadelphia is Moyer's seventh team in his 22-year baseball career. The 2008 season was his third with the Phillies. He finished with a record of 16-7, the fourth most wins in his career. He has a career record of 246-185, with his win total ranking fifth among active pitchers and 48th all-time.

The World Series win last year was the first of Moyer's career. He was also a part of the 2001 Seattle Mariners team that set an American League record with 116 wins. That year Moyer finished 20-6 and was fourth in the AL Cy Young voting.

In addition to his baseball career, Moyer also does a lot of work through his charity, The Moyer Foundation. The foundation helps support Camp Erin, a bereavement camp designed for children ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a parent, friend or loved one. The Moyer Foundation partners with local hospice and grief counseling organizations in the communities where the camps exist.

Send in your questions now and join Moyer at 11:15 a.m. ET on Friday!

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