Todd Moser

Pitching Coach

Todd Moser oversees all functioning aspects of the Delray Beach Lightning pitching staff.

12 professional seasons played: Marlins, Cardinals, and Indians with 8 championships won ​ NCAA All-American at FAU: Led nation in wins 15-0 FAU Hall of Fame 5x League All-Star Topps All-Star ERA Title Winner SAVE Title Winner ​ Todd had an ERA of 2. 16 (5th in nation), with 11.3 K’s per nine innings (9th in nation), while anchoring the FAU pitching staff, which held the second-best team ERA in the country at 3.10. The team held the nation’s best record at 54-9. This included 34 straight victories which still stand as the longest winning streak in NCAA baseball history. Following his senior year, Todd was again drafted by the Florida Marlins. After signing with the Marlins, Moser continued his success in the NY Penn league. He was pitcher of the month in July and finished second in voting for pitcher of the year for the entire organization. He won the ERA title that year, posting a 1.52 ERA in a season that saw him throw a complete game 1 hitter against the Mets, striking out 15. ​

Todd was selected to the league All-Star team and also by TOPPS as an All-Star for the entire minor leagues, and was named by Baseball America one of the Top 10 prospects for the Marlins organization. Todd led the team in wins with 9 the following season, and posted a 2.83 ERA with 101 strikeouts in 136 innings. In 2003 Moser was promoted to AA, playing alongside Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis, sharing in the organizations World Series Championship. Todd finished the year with a 2.96 ERA in with 102 strikeouts in 127 innings. 2004 and 2005 saw repeat championships with the Cardinals and Atlantic League Patriots. ​

In 2007 Moser went to Taiwan and became the closer on the Brother Elephant squad of the CPBL. He converted every save opportunity he had from the time he arrived and ended up winning the save title with 16. He posted a 1.27 ERA in 46 innings pitched. In 2009 Moser went to Puerto Rico to play for Eduardo Perez, and the Caribbean World Series in Mexico. He posted a 0.00 ERA in the tournament, striking out major leaguers Adrian Gonzalez and Freddy Sandoval.