Rany shares a few thoughts on baseball’s antiquated rules involving suspending games due to inclement weather.
Ryan Zimmerman’s hitting doubles like nobody’s business, while Matt Kemp’s batting feats help make Joe Torre’s decision-making easy.
Zack Greinke shares an underrated ability with Curt Schilling, and NL MVP Jimmy Rollins set one more record than you may have realized last season.
Ryan Braun and the glory of youth, and Dave Roberts’ age-defying speed.
Two storied franchises, each boasts an especially singular star ballplayer.
The singular dominance of Ichiro Suzuki, and unusual counting-stat issues for two rising stars.
Two shortstops are on their way towards breaking formidable records, while Daniel Cabrera has struggled in a historic manner to harness his talent.
A pair of current bullpen greats who’ve already made history, and the strange journey of Jeff Keppinger.
Middle infield power combinations, the first true ROOGY, and moving on Upton.
The good doctor returns with some interesting notes on Khalil Greene, Troy Percival and Mike Maroth.
Rany comes clean about an obsession with the knuckler, and his active interest in the best prospect to throw it in years.
It’s October 27th, 2007, and Rany’s having the time of his life.
Rany looks past the Braves’ last bargain deal with Andruw Jones to an even worse contract for a player.
A small change to the CBA had a very large effect on this winter’s free-agent market, and will have one on the upcoming draft as well.
Rany sorts through the ins and outs of the classic confronatation between the Evil Empire and a Cinderella story.
Picking up where he left off yesterday, Rany continues his dissection of the 2006 Detroit Tigers.