Punchless Royals go down feebly to Red Sox again
too. -- This just in: Nori is not an RBI guy. OK, we knew Norichika Aoki wasn't a run producer when general manager Dayton Moore traded for him last fall. But Aoki may be the worst hitter in the clutch that we've seen in a long time
Why the Royals passed on Nelson Cruz and his 28 homers
bounced his name around in their offseason meetings. "You look at every player that is available," Royals general manager Dayton Moore told FOXSportsKansasCity.com. "Not everybody fits for whatever reason. The way our team was constructed
Royals' first-round pick Brandon Finnegan isn't lacking for confidence
throw somewhere around 40-50 innings this summer. "We'll monitor it week to week, month to month," general manager Dayton Moore said of Finnegan's innings limit this year. "He's had a tremendous year. ... He's pitched a lot
Moore's reaction to Royals' surge: 'We haven't accomplished anything yet'
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 carried away with the recent surge, just like he wasn't ready to panic when things
Moore says Yost's job is safe, shoulders blame for Royals' struggles
on Thursday in an effort to jumpstart a lackluster season, naming Dale Sveum their new hitting coach. But general manager Dayton Moore doesn't believe the team's problems are tied to manager Ned Yost. Moore told FOXSportsKansasCity.com
Royals shakeup includes Sveum replacing Grifol as hitting coach
likely are hoping that George Brett will come running to the rescue again. Not going to happen. While Royals general manager Dayton Moore stopped short of saying the Royals reached out and asked Brett to return again as the team's hitting coach
Beane, A's continue to rebuild on their own terms
underachieving outfielder; a utility man; and a glove-first, part-time outfielder. One can only imagine the novels Dayton Moore would have inspired had he made the same trades. Yet look at how the deals worked out for the A's: October 20, 2012
DL for Yu?
bullpen sessions, and then - hopefully - be ready to go, according to the Royals' website. Want a red flag? Royals GM Dayton Moore said Tuesday that Ventura will need to learn to reduce his velocity early in games. I don't think I like the sound
Notebook: How much longer before Royals shake things up in dugout, front office?
discouraging as an injury to Ventura would be, the issues with the Royals go far deeper. Earlier in the day, general manager Dayton Moore put the onus on the players, saying in a telephone interview that they need to produce -- and that they
Science tries to explain Royals pitcher's heat
54 2-3 innings. While there may be a scientific explanation for the way Ventura brings the heat, Royals general manager Dayton Moore offers another suggestion: ''I think it's God-given,'' he says. In truth, the reason Ventura throws