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Jamey Newberg

Jamey Newberg

StrongSide Contributor

Jamey Newberg covers the Rangers for StrongSide. He has lived in Dallas his entire life, with the exception of a seven-year college/law school run in Austin, and began blogging about the team when Fernando Tatis Sr. was holding third base down a generation ago. He has also written for The Athletic since its DFW launch in 2018.

Stories by Jamey Newberg

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A Father’s Meditation on Spring Training

For the first time in a long time, I went to Surprise without my son.
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Baseball History Says the Rangers Won’t Repeat. Bochy History Says That’s Only a Speed Bump.

A slow offseason has begat some concerning pitching. But if things go sideways, just remember: Bruce Bochy knows a thing or two about rallying teams after disappointing title defenses.
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Adrian Beltre, the Rangers’ Incandescent Third Baseman, Is a Hall of Famer

The 44-year-old is enshrined in his first year on the ballot. It's a fitting honor for a career that was as exceptional as it was long-lasting.
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Stories by Jamey Newberg

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The Rangers Are an Ace Short. Is a Reunion With Jordan Montgomery Back in the Cards?

And if not, where else might they turn to fill the biggest hole on the roster?
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The Rangers Are Perfect For Shohei Ohtani. Too Bad They’re (Probably) Not Signing Him.

Reports have the two-way superstar ticketed elsewhere, even though Texas checks all the right boxes. Here's why, and why it probably won't work out.
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Let’s Talk Some More About the World Series Champions

One last baseball conversation between StrongSide's editor and Rangers writer after an October even they can't believe.
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The Rangers Magic Number: Texas-Arizona, Game 5

The number is zero. And, for the first time as a Ranger fan, I know zero about how to feel, too.
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The Rangers Magic Number: Texas-Arizona, Game 4

A massive early lead carries Texas one away from winning the World Series.
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