Topic:  Dayton Moore

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Did the Kansas City Royals just become… SMART?!!!!

Today we learned that Melky Cabrera has been suspended for 50 games for violation of the MLB performance-enhancing substance policy for having tested positive due to elevated testosterone. One cannot help but wonder if Dayton Moore (or someone else within the Kansas City Royals organization) had knowledge of Cabrera’s use of PEDs last season when Keep Reading

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The Royals Are A Broken Record

It’s been really hard to try and pick something to write about when it comes to our beloved Kansas City Royals. I have been struggling mightily with a topic that is worth writing about. I just got back from a much needed week vacation and I can safely say I only checked scores a couple Keep Reading

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Wil Myers Promotion, Jeff Francoeur trade on the Horizon in Kansas City?

Jim Bowden of ESPN is reporting that the Kansas City Royals are in talks to trade RF Jeff Francoeur to the Cleveland Indians or the Cincinnati Reds. The article is part of the ESPN Insider subscription, so you must be a member to read it. The Royals motives behind the shopping of Jeff Francouer – Keep Reading

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With the Season in Full Bloom, Many Question Still Remain About the Kansas City Royals

A .440 winning percentage. A staff ERA of 4.35. Four pitchers lost to Tommy John. The 8th worst offense in the Major Leagues. A young stud blocked in AAA. Yuniesky Betancourt in the five hole. David Glass walking away from an interview when asked the tough questions (audio and transcript found here, via Rambling Morons Keep Reading

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Kansas City has the Most Loyal Fans in Baseball + the Weekend 6 Pack

We have seen it all. Well, we have seen a lot. We have seen the bad, in all its depths, deceits, and Desi Relafords. We have endured 100 loss seasons (2002, 2004-2006), managers fleeing the country (Tony Pena in 2004, lest you forget), and even a September collapse (2003). Since the Royals’ lone World Series Keep Reading

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Are the Kansas City Royals Buying or Selling?

We are a few weeks away from the trade deadline and there has been some speculation about whether the Royals will be going out to bring in a solid starting pitcher, or selling for the future. The Royals have played just decent enough to stick around in a weak AL Central that has yet to Keep Reading

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Choosing the Kansas City Royals’ backup catcher

Kansas City Royals fans are excited that the return of stud catcher Salvy Perez to the Royals lineup is imminent.  This creates a potential problem on the roster because they traded for Humberto Quintero when Perez got hurt in Spring Training, giving up a legitimate pitching prospect to do so.  No good MLB roster is constructed with 3 players who Keep Reading

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Has the Time Come for the Royals to Fire GM Dayton Moore?

Roll the clock back to 2006. The Kansas City Royals were in the midst of another losing campaign and had just come off a year in which they had compiled a record of 56-106. The Royals ranked 13th out of 14 teams in American League attendance and had the first overall pick in the upcoming Keep Reading

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Multi-team trade looming for Kansas City Royals?

This guest post stems from a conversation that began on Twitter when @CrownCrazed asked the question “Why is everyone so upset Johnny Giavotella will not be the every day starter?  I am upset Christian Colon is not yet in the majors. He was supposed to be on the fast track” Here is the Twitter conversation Keep Reading

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“Our Time.” Two words driving a fan base nuts.

As the Kansas City Royals marketing department looks for the nearest rock to hide under—the fan base is left wondering what happened to “Our Time.” Who’s to blame? Lack of talent? An owner who doesn’t open the pocket book? Or that nasty 12 game losing streak. When Dayton Moore came to Kansas City, spoke of Keep Reading

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