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As staff takes shape, GM's chair remains open

As staff takes shape, GM's chair remains open

MLB.com ESPN.com Updated Oct 15 (5 days ago)
Royals GM Dayton Moore and Braves assistant GM John Coppolella have stood as the favorites to be Atlanta's next general manager. But with his club deep into the postseason, Moore's focus is currently elsewhere. Thus, there remains uncertainty about who …
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