KANSAS CITY, Mo. — This was the vision Dayton Moore had eight years ago when he accepted the offer from Royals owner David Glass to become the team’s general manager: The Royals battling for a division crown in late September in front of a packed Kauffman Stadium.”It’s the culmination of a lot of work from a lot of people in our organization,” Moore said. “And it’s a reflection of the commitment from the Glass family to build this organization into a winning one.”But as the Royals, just a half-game behind Detroit for first place in the American League Central, prepare for a three-game showdown with the Tigers starting tonight, Moore can’t help but feel a bit like he’s on the sideline right now.”At this point of the season, there’s not much else you can do (as a GM),” he said. “You watch and you hope you’ve put enough pieces in place to win a championship. But right now, you just watch.”And hope.PARTY AT THE KThe Royals anticipate all three games being near capacity or sold out this weekend. More than 100,000 tickets already have been sold.That would push the Royals’ season attendance near 1,950,000 and past the 1993 total of… Read full this story
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