Numerous Major League Baseball teams released many minor leaguers due to the COVID-19 crisis. I would like to point out that the Yankees, Red Sox, and multiple other big market teams released minor leaguers. However, Royals General Manager Dayton Moore and the new ownership group went in a different direction and decided to pay all of their minor league players. This might be surprising to some of you since the Royals are a small market team, but if you know how Dayton Moore runs the organization this shouldn’t be a surprise. Moore runs the Royals like a family. I would also like to point out that nowadays it’s hard to find a team in the majors or in any sports league that runs their organization like a family. The Royals paying all their minor league players is just one of the many examples of how Moore runs the Royals like a family. Another example of how Dayton Moore runs the Royals like a family is he makes sure every player in the organization has good character. The next time you complain about how Moore runs the team, I want you to remember that not every organization would commit to paying all of their minor players during these hard times.
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