Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Welcome.

Hi. I’m Rany Jazayerli. I’ve been a fan of the Kansas City Royals for the past 27 years, from the time I was five years old, and I’ve been writing about them in a professional capacity since 1995 (and in an amateur capacity – both in terms of compensation and quality – for a few years before that.)

I was one of the original founders of the Baseball Prospectus, back when we had this crazy idea that, since there were no good annual baseball preview books on the market at the time, we’d write our own. The 13th edition of Baseball Prospectus should be published later this month. With the exception of one book – we decided to change things up one year – I’ve written the Royals chapter for all of them. I wrote a number of articles for ESPN.com in the early part of this decade, many of them devoted to the Royals. Between 2002 and 2005 I also wrote a weekly column during the season for the Topeka Capital-Journal.

A little over nine years ago (the exact moment has been lost to the mists of history) my friend Rob Neyer, of ESPN.com, decided to publish on his website the email conversations that he and I regularly had about the Royals. And so “Rob and Rany on the Royals” was born. We were blogging before anyone had heard of the term, and over the years have written a truly insane number of words on a franchise that never deserved that level of devotion. I only started archiving our posts in 2001, and since then we’ve written nearly 400,000 words.

That number would be even higher if Rob hadn’t become so fed up with the Royals at one point that he gave up the column for a year. In his absence I passed the time by writing regular “Rany on the Royals” columns for Baseball Prospectus. (You can find the first one here.)

(To answer the question before it’s asked: I have no idea how this blog will affect our conversations at robneyer.com. I imagine they will continue from time to time, but I also suspect they will appear much less frequently. I hope to make that up to you over here.)

In some way, shape, or form, I’ve covered the Royals for the last 13 seasons, commented on every trade, railed at every stupid decision. I insulted Bob Boone, criticized Tony Muser, mocked Tony Pena, and lost my patience with Buddy Bell. And through it all I’ve somehow maintained my fandom, even as the post-strike Royals have endured the darkest stretch in their franchise’s history, and indeed one of the darkest stretches in any franchise’s history.

To put it in perspective, let’s compare the Royals to their predecessors, the Kansas City A’s, who with losing records in all 13 years of their existence remain the gold standard for franchise futility. From 1955 to 1967, the A’s had a winning percentage of .404. From 1995 to 2007, the Royals had a winning percentage of .422. The Royals have been about three wins a season better than baseball's version of the Washington Generals.

From 2004 to 2006, the Royals lost 100 games three straight seasons, something the A’s never did (nor any other non-expansion team since the 1952-54 Pirates.) Over the last four years, the Royals have a record of 245-403, for a winning percentage of .378. In the Kansas City A’s worst four-year stretch (from 1964-1967), they had a record of 252-393, for a .391 winning percentage.

Somehow, despite rooting for the second coming of the Kansas City Abominations, I’ve kept my hope and faith. And now, I’m prepared to double down. Because just as the A’s looked poised for an upswing as the 1968 season approached (and after the team bolted for the west coast), so too do the Royals look poised to right the ship and return to playing competitive baseball in 2008. While I have no illusions that the Royals will come anywhere close to the A’s success – though I certainly would have no complaints with five division titles and three world championships in the next eight years – I think the tide has turned. And I want to be there to document it.

So I present to you my new Royals blog, cleverly titled RanyontheRoyals.com. (Sadly, my first choice – Quisenberry.com – was already taken. Stupid insurance agents.) This blog may one day lead me to deliriously covering the Royals’ first playoff appearance in a generation, and more likely it will lead to having my hopes and dreams destroyed once again by talentless players, clueless managers, and brainless front office types.

But I’m betting on the former. Either way, I hope you enjoy it. If you do, please spread the word to your friends and family. If you don’t, please have the courtesy to keep your feelings to yourself. You moron.

I can’t promise daily coverage – I do have a wife, two kids, and a full-time job to attend to – but I hope to update this blog at least a few times a week, more during high-traffic times, and of course when breaking news warrants. I can’t promise you a consistent measure of quality, but I can all but guarantee you prodigious amounts of quantity.

There is a quote attributed to many authors (particularly Mark Twain), but likely first uttered by Blaise Pascal, that goes, “I did not have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” If you’re looking for tight, refined, 700-word columns, you’ll have to look elsewhere, like your local newspaper.

If, on the other hand, you’re looking for long, meandering posts that frequently go off on wild tangents and occasionally never return to their original point, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re looking for someone willing to write a five-page essay on the most trivial transactions, with neither a copy editor nor someone to remind them to count to ten before writing something when they’re angry, you’ve come to the right place. But then you probably already knew that. After all, this is a blog.

I may branch off onto other topics on occasion, such as discussing the Chiefs during football season. (Yes, I root for them as well. I know, I'm such a loser.) I may even write about religion or politics from time to time, particularly if I feel my readership base has grown too large and I want to alienate half of you in one fell swoop.

Pitchers and catchers officially report to Surprise tomorrow morning. So as baseball’s first day of spring approaches, and hope springs eternal in my household, I start this blog with a series of posts about the Top 23 (23? But...but...that’s Zack Greinke’s number!) reasons why I’m excited to be a Royals fan at this point in time, and why you should be too.

I welcome your comments with each posting. I may not be able to respond to all of them, but rest assured I try to read every one. All I ask is that you keep it clean. There may be children reading this, and if they're Royals fans, they've been exposed to enough objectionable material already.

Thank you for your support and trust. I hope to justify both of them in time.

Coming up: Reason #23.

97 comments:

Clinton said...

sweet.

royalsfan7 said...

I'm excited for this blog. Keep up the great work Rany.

NYRoyal said...

Rany, I'm very happy that you have started this blog. I very much enjoyed Rob & Rany on the Royals and your contribution to it particularly. I look forward to your posts and hopefully you'll add content regularly and frequently.

Also, you should come by royalsreview.com. It is a tremendous fan-driven Royals site with great content and comments. It is very SABR-friendly and otherwise pretty friendly. It is a very active and intelligent community of Royals fans, which I'm sure this will be as well.

Kiddynomite said...

You rock Rany!! Love to see you've found a way take control over the frequency of your Royals opinions.

I've been a fan just a tad longer than you, but certainly neither of us can say we have more passion than the other.

I look forward to the blog and will be reading.

Anonymous said...

nyroyal -- Rany (or maybe Rob) was the reason I found royalsreview in the first place...

p.s. guillen sucks

mw311kc said...

Awesome, like the content

Glen said...

Hey, I might win the "most proximinate reader" contest. Your office is in St. Charles; I'm a resident of Oswego.

Anyway, here's two subjects I think you would be well-qualified to answer:

1. How exactly are the Royals changing up their Latin academies and scouting? Nobody's really detailed what this academy is up to, how it compares to other teams, and how have we done in signing the talent in these free-for-all pools of talent?

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bleedblue4life said...

This is great! I have a 17 year-old son who is as big a fan as I, and he only "hears" about what we once were. However, we bleed blue as a family and will check on this as often as possible. Great job Rany, and glad to hear about this on Kietzman's show (SP?)!

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Heath said...

Rany,
Heard you on 810 today and I think this is fantastic. I'll be deferring to quite regularly in my blog considering people will actually read yours. It's great to have another optimistic Royals fan out there.

RoyalRed said...

Thanks for putting this out there Rany. Us die hards haven't quit dreaming of a Royal Blue October.

I love the direction the Royals are headed, however I'm approaching this cautiously as I'd like to avoid another hood-winking, bill of goods . . . I'm sure you get my point.

Anyway it's nice to see Dayton and his staff building depth to the pitching staff (i.e. Tomko, Nomo, Maroth, Lawrence, Tsao, etc.)so we don't have to rush a youngster to the bigs to cover an injury. The previous regime would let us watch one of these guys get crushed on Opening Day in Detroit while plastering one of their faces on the cover of the Opening Day program at the K (see Scott Elarton, Brian Anderson, Jose Lima, etc.). Plus youngsters like Rosa, Hochever, and Lumsden can continue to develop instead of filling in the big league rotation.

I haven't heard much about Moustakas, which is actually kind of nice since he doesn't have to be tagged as the savior. Did he play this past fall/winter? Thanks again Rany--look forward to a corner-turning season.

KMartin said...

Heard part of your interview on "between the lines". I agree, unitl we see the (late) 2006 Teahen, he has no business batting third. Let either Gordon or Butler bat third and drop Teahen to 7th.

I plan on keeping a close eye on the starting rotation for the ark Naturals this season. I hope that Rowdy, Pimental, Cortes, and Blake can continue their success in AA.

I'm also going to be watching Ryan Shealy closely this spring. Man I hope that he can pull it together. You'll never get 80 RBI's out of Gload.

And, a fond good by to Buddy Ball!

Brad said...

It's great to see your blog on here, Rany! I've appreciated your work, both nationally and locally regarding the Royals, in both print and on radio.

One thing I've believed for awhile - and Joe P. actually put it in his most recent blog - is the idea of making Mark Teahen the leadoff hitter. I think it plays better to his strengths and makes the Royals a better offensive. DDJ or Grudz would bat second, with the other batting sixth or seventh.

Looking forward to seeing more!

James Pierpont Beauregard said...

Heard about the new site on Between the Lines.

Any man who is a doctor, Royals fan, and baseball stat god definitely qualifies as a hero of mine.

chjohn said...

Awesome. I'm so glad we'll get entries more often than on Rob and Rany. I check that site everyday, hoping for something new, but I guess you guys are too busy with your jobs.

I cant wait until the season starts. how do you feel about Posnanski's idea about batting Teahen leadoff? Sounds crazy enough that it may work.

hillman_pants said...

I heard you on 810 today, that was good stuff. Good luck with the blog.

Micah said...

All right Rany! Thanks for providing this. I've been a Royals fan since '97 so I've never known anything but losing and I'm looking forward to the chance to see some W's this year. It'll be good to follow it with you.

iheartfdr said...

Consider this blog subscribed to. Thanks Rany.

Anonymous said...

Hi Rany! I love the fact that you are an eternal optimist. I mean, why not? Anyway, the audio clip you did last year of the Royals winning the World Series was fantastic. I look forward to reading more, just hopefully more frequently than your R&R posts.

Anonymous said...

awesome, looking forward to it

Anonymous said...

its great to to have you blogging for the royals! you are obviously a well read/informed/insightful eye into baseball. I look forward to your posts and the royals taking a step forward this year (76-80 wins)


jeff

Anonymous said...

A fellow baseball fan recently told me how lucky I was to be a Royals fan.

I know what you're thinking: "What?!"

But he's absolutely right. He was reffering to the quality of writers Royals fans enjoy. It is absolutely unmatched by any other team in baseball (Jazayerli, Neyer, Posnanski, James, Dutton, Sickels, it goes on). I feel priveleged and proud to be a Royals fan.

Todd The Love Juice said...

I'm stoked for the season to begin. Thanks for the past love Rany. Looking forward to future posts of victory and prosperity.

Royal Sarge said...

I don't normally read blogs, but am excited about keeping up with this one. I'm on my way to check out royalreview.com right after this.
As a true-blue Royals fan, it is great reading about them from people who have a little faith and know a thing or two about them.

Ron Hostetter said...

I'm in heaven. First Joe Posnanski starts his long-winded, meandering blog, and now my other favorite baseball writer does the same!

I'm anxious to read your work, Rany. I've been a big BP fan forever, and a fan of your stuff especially.

lovethoseroyals said...

Awesome site - heard the spot on 810 last night, and I expect to be hooked on this blog.
There are lots of us who are keeping the faith -- i've only been a royals fan for 10 years, and the glimmer of hope from 2003 has me excited for what must have been in the glory years, and what we can look forward to with Mr. Moore.
Bleed blue!!!

ev in denver said...

perfect timing with spring training starting today...I need this blog out here, way too much denver sports talk. Keep it coming

Matt said...

YES! A writer from my favorite website writing about my favorite team. I'm very excited.

Anonymous said...

bring it on.

Mike Webber said...

Heard you on 810 WHB yesterday Rany, and was happy to hear you are in the blogging business. I know Kietzman likes having you on the radio, its nice to hear someone with a positive attitude who also is not just a shill.

Good luck with the Blog.

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Anonymous said...

I have been a royals fan since I was born. My parents say My skin was blue when I came out of my mother's belly at the hospital, and then I had that one disease where you are kind of yellow looking so they have to put you in the little light incubator. So ever since I was born I was showing blue and gold.
I was born in 1984, so technically I have seen the Royals win a world series, though I do not remember it. One of the first thing I do remember is I got to see George Brett while he was still winning batting titles. And of course, that and the strike season are the last fond memories I have for the Royals until Dayton Moore came to KC. I have never read baseball prospectus, but I know Soren Petro loves it, so I can't wait to hear what you have to say.

limaboy said...

It is always good to read from fellow Royals fans. I have been around long enough to see the height of glory and the depth of dispare. I'll check your blog daily, win or lose.

Carson said...

Rany, very glad to have you blogging. Your insights on BP and Rob and Rany on the Royals have been mainstays of mine for years. I'm 33, a Royals fan since 1980, no longer live anywhere close to KC, but for some reason I bleed blue and the Royals consume an embarrassing amount of my time and focus. Thanks for bringing a unique approach and a contagious passion to coverage of the Royals.

KC at the Bat said...

This is great! I've always appreciated your optimism (as opposed to that other guy). It's been tough being a Royals' fan. Let's share some good times!

Anonymous said...

Hell, I'm not even a Royals fan and I'm interested. :)

Matthew G said...

So. Stoked.

kcghost said...

Rany, glad to see you in action. Your work with Rob Neyer at Rob 'n' Rany was classic stuff.

tangotiger said...

First blog entry, and already a comment removed. Welcome to our blogging world.

Max said...

Great to see you blogging Rany, I really look forward to it. Listening to you on 810 was like listening to myself talk!

Between your blog, JoPo's blog, RoyalsReview and Baseball Think Factory, my productivity is sure to be at an all time low.

matt f. said...

Nice work Rany. Keep it up.

Anonymous said...

Any shot the royals could sign Cory Patterson?

Anonymous said...

Royals fan since the 70's. At Angels stadium when Brett got his 3000th hit. And I'm glad you are starting this blog. What a treasure trove the Royals fan base has spawned (as the previous comment stated): you, Neyer, James, Sickels, etc. Looking forward to adding to the discussion.

Keith said...

I heard you're radio interview and I agree with EVERYTHING you said. EVERYTHING.

Can not wait to see what you have to say!

PIGFARMER said...

Royals Fan since moving to mid-west in '92...Man has it been hard..
Looking forward to some positive performances this year..
Note to manager Hilmann...Keep Butler and Gordon in the game!!!

Jeff said...

This is cool but if one of your top 23 reasons is "getting to watch Shane Costa bat cleanup" I will leave and never return.

SaberTJ said...

Can't wait to read this.

Matt said...

Excellent!

I'm a Royals fan of over 30 years, now living in Portland, OR. I have been following Rob and Rany for several years and really look forward to this.

Keep up the good work, Rany!

Mandurang said...

Welcome, Rany. Have enjoyed your posts to date, and look forward to lots more.

bbxpert said...

Hi Rany. I'm excited that you are doing your own blog. I spent a lot of time waiting for new entries in Rob and Rany. I know Rob personally and like him and his writing, but he was very negative on the Royals. I'm a Royals season ticket holder and have published a history of the Royals, so I will be one of your most avid readers. Looking forward to the season.

Bill

TulsaRoyal said...

I've read Rob and Rany for years on robneyer.com, I am as excited as any other Royal fan out there! Listened to the Royals here in Tulsa, OK for probably 15 years (I am only 25 so I didn't want to exaggerate). It's hard to come across a broadcasat these days (which some would say: thank goodness!), so lets hope this season is, at the least, a stepping stone to success!

Yaggleberry Finn said...

Rany, I just found out about your blog from Sam Mellinger's blog, and then I saw the note at the end of the finale (?!) of Rob and Rany on the Royals.

I've been reading that for a very long time and have always enjoyed both of your insights into my favorite team. I was born and raised in KCK (although now live in NW MO) so I understand your unfortunate devotion to both KC sports franchises.

But I share your optimism about the Royals and look forward to reading your insights on a more regular basis!

Joe M. said...

Rany,

Would you have any interest in being apart of a blog network and be the Royals Representative? The goal is to have representative for every professional sports team and major college team. Let me know if you would have any interest and I can send more info. Also, I would be interested in interviewing you for my current blog, www.sportstechnow.com. You can reach me at joe@sportstechnow.com.

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