Dr. Jazayerli dissects the early makings of the game’s best team–your 2006 Detroit Tigers.
Rany closes out his epic series, identifying the new inefficiency in the market before tomorrow’s Rule 4 draft.
With the Amateur Draft just around the corner, Rany returns to summarize his findings from his year-long draft study.
The Doctor returns with a look at the draft history of high school and college pitchers, to see if we can learn a few things about pitching value.
We continue our preparation for the season with Rany’s list of three players to watch closely this year.
Rany forges ahead in his draft study with a look at college shortstops, third basemen, and outfielders.
The Good Doctor returns with Part Eight of his draft study, focusing on college hitters.
There was a minor error in the Top 50 Prospects list released here on Monday. Rany explains.
Our annual prospect list finds a pair of highly-regarded outfielders leading the pack.
Bobby Jenks has gone from failed starter to playoff closer, and Ozzie Guillen deserves much of the credit.
Rany returns with a look at the value of high-school hitters drafted between 1984 and 1999.
Rany returns with his newest installment on assessing the value of draft picks.
Measuring the value of drafted hitters and pitchers in an effort to quantify the difference, if any, between the two.
Having established that there is no longer any difference between high schoolers and collegians in the draft, the question now is, “why not?”
Rany Jazayerli has more on draft history, including a conclusion that may surprise you.