Moskau went 32-27 with a 4.22 ERA during seven big league seasons pitching for the Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs. He came up with the Reds in 1977 and won six games in 19 starts. He won six more the next season as he started a career-high 25 games. His best season came in 1980 while pitching for the Reds. He won nine games that year while appearing in 33 games (19 starts) and throwing 152.2 innings. Moskau joined the Pirates in 1982 and finished his career by pitching in eight games for the Cubs in 1983.
Moskau hit two home runs in his career but the first came in his first start on June 21, 1977 at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. He took Randy Lerch deep in the top of the fourth inning to put the Reds up 4-2. However, he could not hold the lead and ended up with a no decision in Cincinnati’s 10-5 win. His other home run came on July 29, 1978 at Riverfront Stadium off Philadelphia’s Jim Lonborg.
Paul Moskau – career stats