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Counterpoint: Dayton Moore Should Have Contract Extended

After reading Craig's well thought-out post this morning, it seems clear that the Royals organization and the Glass family have no other choice but to relieve seven-year General Manager Dayton Moore of his duties. Though Craig presents many valid points, one could argue that Dayton has spent most of his time in Kansas City building the foundations of what could turn into one of the greatest baseball teams in recent history, and be a showpiece to other MLB organizations in the future.

What follows is a list of positives that Dayton has done to build a solid foundation for the coming years (this "8 to 10 years" he referred to the other day). Before we all jump on the "fire Dayton" bandwagon, let's remember Dayton's hard work as a GM to make Kansas City into a contender (eventually).

Reason #1:

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...ummm...

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...hmm...

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well, he did that one thing...

...nope, wait, that was Neal Huntington...

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...let me see...remember that one time...?...

no?...oh...

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...damn...

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Welp, never mind. It turns out Dayton Moore should indeed be fired. Sorry to waste everyone's time.

This FanPost was written by a member of the Royals Review community. It does not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and writers of this site.

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