Dayton Moore Beef Stew

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Dayton Moore

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Moore Gets Another Interview

"Dayton Moore may be the wild card in the first round of negotiations, but by all accounts he is a star in the making, the product of an Atlanta Braves player development system that may be second to none, as the 18 rookies on the Braves' big league roster this season would attest. Moore, 38, is smart and serious and with a background in talent evaluation that has always attracted Lucchino. The biggest question with Moore is whether the Sox will be able to wrest him away from the Braves, who may promise him that he will succeed John Schuerholz, who will be 65 next season." -- 11.10, Gordon Edes, Boston Globe

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Boston Herald:

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ProJo:

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