Hernandez signed with FC Dallas as a Homegrown player on July 30, 2010.
2014: Returned from loan and started the first match of the season at center back alongside team captain Matt Hedges… Transitioned back to his standard position at left back and broke into the starting lineup again in a 0-0 draw with RSL on May 24... Started 10 of the next 12 matches, helping FC Dallas compile a mid-season record of 7-1-4 across all competitions… Appeared in nine of the final 11 matches of the season including both matches in the Western Conference Semifinals versus Seattle. 2013: Was loaned to Deportivo Saprissa of the Costa Rican First Division in January… Made 17 appearances for a total of 1,424 minutes, including 16 starts during the Clausura… Made another two starts (3 appearances, 133 minutes). 2012: Made his Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup debut on 5/29, playing 66 minutes after coming on for Zach Loyd at right back… Played every minute during the first six matches for FC Dallas Reserves (540 minutes) and had one assist before being loaned to Guatemalan first division side Communicaciones on 6/20… Played in four matches for Communicaciones. 2011: Hernandez logged the second-most minutes of any FC Dallas player in the MLS Reserve League (807)... He saw time in nine of 10 Reserve League matches this season, helping the team to a record of 6-4-0. 2010: Hernandez was not eligible to play in MLS matches during the 2010 season... He made his professional debut against 2010 UEFA Champions League winner, Inter Milan on 8/5 at Toyota Stadium… Played five minutes in the 2-2 draw.
Hernandez was a member of the U.S. U-20 National Team... Most recently selected by coach Thomas Rongen for the U-20 Men’s National Team Camp in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., from Jan. 2 to Jan. 13, 2011.
The defender played alongside fellow Homegrown players Ruben Luna, Bryan Leyva, Victor Ulloa, Jonathan Top and Richard Sanchez on the U-18 FC Dallas Academy, who competed in U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy. Hernandez started a team-high 30 matches. He was named to the U.S. U18 Development Academy Starting XI this season.
Moises’ father Javier is from Guatemala... His mother Maria is from Edinburg, Texas... He has two older sisters and one older brother... He is the youngest of four... Hernandez has a son Moises Javier Hernandez, who was born on July 28, 2011 in Dallas. Has two “ugly” dogs... Hobbies include playing FIFA and flying his remote control helicopter... His favorite club teams are FC Dallas and Municipal of Guatemala... His favorite player is Maicon of Brazil... His favorite vacation destination is South Padre Island... His nickname is Mo... Favorite movie is Next Friday. He graduated from Seagoville High School in 2010.