The rumor mill around the Cardinals search for an upgrade at shortstop has hit red alert levels of speculation. Yet, the easiest way to solve the problem will require some sacrifice—in the form of a contract to Stephen Drew.
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.
Using WAR, just how has Dayton Moore performed as General Manager of the Kansas City Royals?
It’s likely the Royals will not make any big signings or trades by Spring Training. Some fans may not like it, but it may be the best decision.
In part 4 of this multi-part series, we take a look at the trades of the Dayton Moore administration that were made in 2009 for the Kansas City Royals.
After analyzing the trades made by the Dayton Moore regime in 2006 and 2007, we now take a look at the deals made in 2008.
Last week, we took a look at the deals pulled off in his first 6 months with the Royals. Now, we take a look at his first full year with the organization.
The consensus is that Kansas City Royals General Manager Dayton Moore has built a top notch farm system and great young core of players. But how have the trades of this era fared for the organization?
Barring any trades, the Kansas City Royals’ position players are set for next year.
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