Supporting the Newberg Report.

I send one of these each year early in August, but didn’t want to do it this year until after our event to support the Richard Durrett Family Fund, so as not to take focus or dollars away from that effort.  In fact, if you read the rest of this, I would encourage you to continue to support the Durrett family at and attend the September 8 benefit concert and auction . . . and then, and only then, consider what follows if you see fit.

As you know, the content on the Newberg Report website and newsletter is free of charge and always has been.  It’s never been a subscription-based product and I don’t want it to be, because that might mean some of you would drop out of the audience, which I don’t want.

Once a year, in August, we announce an “honor system” program, for you to respond to, or not respond to, as you wish.  I’ll share your contributions with folks who put significant time and talent and energy into the Newberg Report – including Scott Lucas, Eleanor Czajka, Norma & George & Ryan Wolfson, Don Titus, Ed Coffin, Devin Pike, and Marty Yawnick – to help improve the product, some of whom do so every day.  Without their efforts, the newsletter and website and book and our events wouldn’t be what they are today, and probably wouldn’t even exist.

What we ask for is modest, I think: a contribution of $15 to $25, or whatever you feel is appropriate, if you think it’s worthwhile.  Don’t feel compelled to participate.  Take part in this only if you want to.

The easiest way to do this is to go to and make your contribution by sending payment to the account.

Or you can send a check or money order to:

Jamey Newberg
Vincent Lopez Serafino Jenevein, P.C.
1601 Elm Street
Suite 4100
Dallas, TX 75201

With your positive response to this “honor system” program, we’ve never had to seriously think about heading down a subscription-based path.  That said, I want to reiterate that I never hold it against anyone who chooses not to participate.  This is totally voluntary.  And again, please support the Richard Durrett Family Fund before you’d even consider supporting what we do.

Thanks to each and every one of you for your continued support of the Newberg Report.


Jamey Newberg

Dallas attorney Jamey Newberg has been commenting on Rangers from the big club down through the entire farm system since 1998.

Scott Lucas

Scott Lucas was born in Arlington, Texas, to Richard and Becky Lucas. He lived mostly in Arlington before moving to Austin, where he graduated from The University of Texas. Scott works for Austin Valuation Consultants, Ltd., and has published several boring articles about real estate appraisal and environmental contamination. He makes a swell margarita and refuses to run longer than ten kilometres.

Eleanor Czajka

Eleanor grew up watching the AAA Mudhens in Toledo, Ohio. A loyal Ranger fan since 1979, she works "behind the scenes" at the Newberg Report.

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