So I assumed you’ve already tuned out the playoffs, what with the Tigers, Yankees and Cardinals all advancing. Instead, let’s take a look at October baseball Kansas City Royals style, the Arizona Fall League.
Dayton Moore needs no one to tell him that he must move to acquire pitching. He knows it. In fact he’s known it, and has been trying to do just that, for about three years now.
In the final piece of this series, we use the WAR data to finish taking a look at the trades that Dayton pulled off in 2010, and try to determine what all of this really means.
Ranking the right fielders of the National League Central.
Examining some encouraging signs from the Royals offense.
Dayton Moore and the Royals management need to pay heed to the advice of The Gambler as the mid-season trade deadline draws near.
The Royals could end the first half on a high note if they can pull out a series win against the Tigers.
Being positively consistent is the key to success in this game and the Royals are showing that they are very capable of being just that.
The Royals have been making tallies in a stat column that they do not see very often.
Dayton Moore’s affinity for former Braves players is no secret.