Truth be told . . . Dayton Moore seems like a very fascinating leader with strong set of core beliefs.
We clown his anti-pr0n message but it's probably (mostly) correct in the big picture.
Sadly, winning baseball games isn't about being a nice guy or a good person . . . In fact some of the very best ballers have been downright scoundrels.
For some God-awful reason that might be related to underlying white guilt . . . The people of Kansas City often and mistakenly believe that success is somehow tied to virtue. It's a small town, provincial and self-defeating attitude that's constantly reinforced by the rich and people in power in order to help the plebs keep each other down.
Nevertheless, we thought this was an interesting conversation and apropos for Sunday . . .
"KSHB 41 anchor Taylor Hemness spoke to Moore about how he balances a life of faith, and a career in professional sports."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dayton Moore was hired as general manager of the Kansas City Royals in 2006. During his tenure, he's helped lead the team to back-to-back World Series appearances, and a World Series title in 2015. Moore is also very public with his faith, openly sharing his adherence to Christianity, and how it impacts his life.