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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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Jacob deGrom Is the Rangers’ Biggest Swing Yet

We don't know how this will turn out. We do know that the commitment to spending hasn't slowed down.
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Will the Rangers’ Rule of Twos Continue to Pay Dividends?

Bruce Bochy and Will Venable are Texas' latest in a long series of tandem moves. Could a pair of aces be next?
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Yes, the Rangers Really Should Spend a Bunch of Money on Starting Pitching

It doesn't matter that the crop of arms on the farm is deeper than ever. A team with ambitions like this buys now and worries about the rest later.
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Bruce Bochy Brings Pedigree–and Expectations–to Arlington

A master renovator signs on for one last turnaround.

Stories by Jamey Newberg

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Remembering the Rangers Season That Was

2022 was light on baseball excitement. Perhaps another explosive offseason could bring that back to Arlington.
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Tom Grieve Made it OK to Love the Rangers

Whether as a player, a broadcaster, or a member of the front office, TAG made the Rangers better. For an 8-year-old boy who just wanted his team to matter, it meant everything.
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Josh Jung’s Time Has Finally Come. Maybe the Rangers’ Is Next.

The organization and its star prospect's paths have traveled in parallel for years. Now that he's in the majors, perhaps he'll turn around Texas' fortunes, too.
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Let’s Have a Debate About Nathaniel Lowe

Is the Rangers' breakout first baseman an indispensable building block, or should he be trade bait?
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Jon Daniels Made the Rangers Matter

Take it from someone who has been watching almost as long as the team has been in Texas: that's no small feat.