What's mind boggling to me is that the Rays got back an all-star caliber outfielder and minor league talent that could soon be every bit as good as the pitchers they sent away (and a lot cheaper). This is exactly the kind of trade the Rays needed as their farm system is starting to thin out. I don't see how people can not like this deal for the Rays. All they need is a parade of cheap arms to pitch in front of their defense and in their stadium. 6 seasons of a cost controlled Myers could be incredibly valuable on its own.
It just feels like the Rays knew that Moore was desperate and they fleeced him for two of his best nearly MLB ready pitchers. There was definitely more value going in the direction of the Rays in terms of affordability and talent.
Also, it probably means Fancouer's job is safe and they might need to trade Butler to save some money.