DAYTON MOORE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Where the Royals might look for offense, where Jon Lester will find enough suitors to start a bidding war, and why Dan Haren might retire.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Here's the problem the Royals and general manager Dayton Moore face this offseason: They have a lot of work to do just to stay as good as they were in 2014 when they reached Game 7 of the World Series.
And, of course, the expectations are that the Royals need to get even better if they want another magical ride in 2015.
How can they? Here are five musts:
It was following a half-decent season in 2013 that Royals general manager Dayton Moore said he felt a little like he’d won the World Series. The remark didn’t go over very well locally or nationally, and Moore conceded later he could’ve chosen better words, but at the core of a poorly-worded sentence was a legitimate […]
The Kansas City Royals have gone from a league laughing stock to a team that is now only one win away from winning going back to the World Series for the first time since 1985. One of the biggest reasons for their turn around is the development of their young players by current General Manager Dayton Moore.In his eight years with the team, Moore has taken them from cellular dwellers...
Dayton Moore is making out just fine as general manager of the Kansas City Royals. The Boston Red Sox certainly aren’t complaining about their GM, Ben Cherington, either.
Moore forever will be linked to the Red Sox, though, as the organization interviewed him for its general manager job following the 2005 season, when former Boston GM Theo Epstein briefly stepped away.
The Royals and their fans wake up with few games remaining in the 2014 season, and are listed by ESPN has having a 98% chance to make the playoffs. They have achieved 85 wins for the second season in a row, and now there are some rumors that General Manager Dayton Moore has shown enough during his tenure as the Kansas City General Manager to be considered a candidate in the...
I don’t get it.
Dayton Moore, try as he may, just cant seem to please everyone.
On Monday, he traded Danny Valencia for an old backup catcher and a project AAA pitcher.
I like the trade. Don’t love it…but its so minor, honestly who cares?
Many feel that losing Danny Valencia means losing a good right handed hitter, which is true. There are always two sides to a coin however...
CHICAGO -- Royals general manager Dayton Moore is flying to Chicago today, but don't necessarily read much into that: Moore said it was a pre-planned trip not associated with the team's recent swoon.
Asked if manager Ned Yost's job was safe, Moore said by phone: "We're all accountable. But he can't play. I can't play. It comes down to performance on the...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Yes, the Royals have won nine straight.
Yes, they have gone into Detroit and pounded the mighty Tigers two straight.
And yes, the Royals, when almost everyone in Kansas City counted them out a few weeks ago, now find themselves perched on top of the American League Central division by half a game.
But Royals general manager Dayton Moore isn't about to get...
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by John Viril—
Kansas City GM Dayton Moore knows that his time is short.
You can see it in every move he makes and in everything he says.
If Moore does not win soon, he’s going to be out of a job. That’s the only way to make sense of Moore’s latest roster moves and comments. Today, Moore sent 2B Johnny Giavotella and P Everett Teaford back to AAA, and recalled 2B Chris Getz...