The Moon's orbit is more eccentric, 0.0549, than most planets. I can understand that planets get eccentric by disturbing each other like under the late heavy bombardment. And likewise for multiple moon systems. But shouldn't the debris after the collision with Theia have been circulirized? Is its orbit being changed by the planets, at every opposition with Venus?
First, your claim that the moon is more eccentric isn't entirely true (lets ignore Pluto):
So, it's really not abnormal, though it might be unusually eccentric for a non captured moon, but that's may be due to it being as close to the sun as it is.
Also, our solar system might not be exactly normal. It's fairly common for solar systems to have a gas giant close to the sun (explained here). And there are some very odd solar systems - same link.