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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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The Rangers Are Slow-Playing Their Prospects. Who Gets the Call First?

Texas is behind the curve when it comes to promoting their best prospects this year. Let's handicap who could start the rush to Arlington.
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The Rangers Continue to Struggle. Here Are Four Early Silver Linings.

It's always been about the long game, and several players are making big strides to keep an eye on.
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The Rangers’ Outfield Is in Flux. Can Leody Taveras or Bubba Thompson Stabilize It?

Willie Calhoun's demotion could set the stage for one or both of two long-time farm favorites to make their way up to Arlington.
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Why Are the Rangers Losing Games? Start in the Late Innings.

Relief pitching was always supposed to be Texas' weakness, but fatigue and poor performance have made the bullpen even more of a liability than imagined.

Stories by Jamey Newberg

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The Rangers’ Record Isn’t Exciting. The On-Field Product Just Might Be.

It's only been two series, but a quick glimpse at this year's roster versus last year is proof that Texas' process is working.
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After 30 Years, There’s Still Nothing Like Spring Training

It's a time of year for baseball. It's a time of year for family. And as my kids get older, it's a time for reflection, too.
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At Long Last, Catcher Is a Rangers Strength Once Again

Mitch Garver is the latest top-end talent to turn an up-the-middle position into an organizational strength.
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What’s Left On the Rangers’ Shopping List Before Opening Day?

There's plenty of work to be done before the new season begins next month.