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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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There’s No Easy Explanation For Why the Rangers Keep Blowing One-Run Games

To quote a certain former Rangers manager, that's the way baseball go.
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The Rangers’ Quiet Trade Deadline Is a Reflection of Their Second-Half Swoon

Not long ago, Texas looked like it could make a run. Then it didn't–and the big moves never came.
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Kumar Rocker, the Player, May Work Out. Kumar Rocker, the Gamble, Already Has

The shocking selection of the ex-Vanderbilt star enabled Texas to land the draft's best high-school pitcher three rounds later. It's a sign that the front office is tired of playing it safe.
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Good, Bad, or Mediocre: Who Are the Real Texas Rangers?

The first three months of the season have given us three very different looks at Texas. How good are the Rangers, really?
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Corey Seager and Marcus Semien Aren’t Playing Like a $500 Million Infield. That’s Coming.

Things aren't as great as hoped for. They aren't as bad as they seem, either.

Stories by Jamey Newberg

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Buyers or Sellers? The Next Several Weeks Could Shape the Rangers’ Trade Deadline

On the fringe of the wild card chase with a favorable schedule ahead and the deadline looming, Texas has to decide whether it's in or out.
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The Bullpen Is … Good? Who’s on Third? A Texas Rangers Conversation

The Rangers have turned a corner, and that means there's plenty to talk about.
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Fifteen Years Later, Martin Perez Is Right Where the Rangers Expected

The former top prospect is pitching like a frontline arm and authoring a spectacular second act in Texas.
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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.