Kansas City baseball fans are growing increasingly frustrated with the Royals' front office and trade strategy (or lack thereof) is driving complaints.
Here's a nice round-up and a good question . . .
"Dayton Moore is relentlessly optimistic and never would have traded away his core players with the team in the hunt, but let’s pretend that the Royals were run more like a transactional team. What if Moore had taken a look at his team, seen a flawed team that had overachieved, and decided it was time to rebuild?"
That's a really nice way to say Kansas City got lucky.
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The Cubs dismantled the core of their 2016 championship club last month, sending Anthony Rizzo, Javier Báez, and Kris Bryant to contenders at the July trade deadline in separate deals.