Holt, 26, has struggled in fairly minimal major league time over the past two years. In 703 plate appearances at the Triple-A level, though, he has put up an interesting .304/.398/.382 slash line. As that would suggest, Holt doesn’t have much pop — he has just six career MiLB home runs. But he does offer some speed, and has swiped 45 bags in the highest level of the minors.
As for the 31-year-old Moore, who signed as a minor league free agent, this will represent his sixth consecutive season with at least some time on a MLB active roster. He has less than 300 plate appearances over that span, however, without much production. In his 355 trips to the plate this year at Columbus, Moore owns a .282/.328/.397 slash with six home runs.