Is anyone else having trouble getting a read on what type of GM Dayton Moore is going to be? For every good move he's made this year (Bannister, Dotel), it seems like he's made a corresponding bad or at least questionable one (Meche, Gathright, and maybe Sisco?).
But every time I start to question whether Moore's going to live up to his Braves pedigree, he does something I consider astute, like his moves yesterday, signing Riske to a one-year deal, and adding Zach Day and Brandon Duckworth on low-risk minor-league contracts.
Who is Dayton Moore?
A bad GM ($55M for Meche outweighs his other bright ideas) (23 votes)
A horrible GM (Even Burgos for Bannister's going to come back and bite him) (7 votes)
Who knows? (Let's see how he handles Teahen/Gordon) (41 votes)
Other (Because some people complain when there's no other choice) (5 votes)
A very smart guy (Give him 3 years and he'll turn KC into the Braves) (44 votes)
A decent GM (Some head-scratchers, but he's looking to build a good clubhouse) (82 votes)
202 total votes