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Jed Rigney

Jed Rigney covers general baseball randomness for Through The Fence Baseball. His work has been described as "prolific" (which isn't really a compliment). Despite a series of destructive relationships with uncaring women, he has persevered. He is an Aries and therefore quite courageous. He has never been arrested (though he was once "detained" briefly). And he hopes to one day see Gary Busey actually turn a tornado into a rainbow -- if only just once.

NL East Preview
By Jed Rigney On Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Mets, Nats will battle all season

The NL East Preview is a first in a series of divisional previews for the 2016 MLB season as viewed through the eyes of the indefatigable Jed Rigney.  All eyes in the NL East will be on Bryce Harper and the Washington More...

mlb playoff preview
By Jed Rigney On Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

MLB playoff preview: There can be only one

Jed Rigney is an award-winning filmmaker who also fancies himself a sportswriter. His next film “Nowhere Girl” is available online and Video on Demand on October 13. His views expressed here are not necessarily More...

Nowhere Girl
By Jed Rigney On Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Premature adulation: 2015 MVP and Cy Young Awards (and ‘Nowhere Girl’)

Shameless plug #4 … along with postseason award winners. Jed Rigney is an award-winning filmmaker who also fancies himself a sportswriter. His next film“Nowhere Girl” is available online and Video on More...

All-Star Game
By Jed Rigney On Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

2015 All-Star snubs and flubs

Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is upon us. And with the voting coming to a close, the fans have spoken. They want the Kansas City Royals to start the game that determines home field advantage in the World More...

San Diego Padres
By Jed Rigney On Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Fear and loathing in San Diego

No team in baseball had a more exciting offseason than the San Diego Padres. After yet another disappointing season in 2014, the team went bananas. With new general manager A.J. Preller on board, they launched More...

David Ortiz
By Jed Rigney On Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

The dichotomy of David Ortiz

Left-handed pitchers are making David Ortiz look old. (USA Today) David Ortiz is still a great hitter. Sort of. The Boston Red Sox suffered through almost a hundred years without winning a World Series until turning More...

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