Jun 25, 2013; Woodbridge, VA, USA; Potomac Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper (32) is thrown out at second base as Myrtle Beach Pelicans second baseman Rougned Odor (24) is able to apply the tag in the first inning at Pfitzner Stadium. Harper plays for Potomac in a rehab assignment. Mandatory Credit: Joy R. Absalon-USA TODAY Sports

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Welcome to Nolan Writin', the Texas Rangers news and opinions site brought to you by the FanSided Network. Nolan Writin' is dedicated to providing top-notch Rangers news, views and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.

Editorial Staff

Ben Dieter, editor

Ben Dieter joined the FanSided network in 2013. He is an avid Rangers fan. Ben can be heard every week on The Ranger Report Podcast here and on The Hague Sports Podcast on Blog Talk Radio. Member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America. Heard occasionaly on 92.1 FM ESPN East Texas in Tyler, Texas.

David Cash, Editor

Long-time Texas Rangers fan and blogger. You can listen to Ben Dieter and me on the Ranger Report weekly on Blog Talk Radio. Still trying to get over game 6, and sometimes I watch the replay. If I'm not watching the Rangers, I'm watching one of the AL west teams or the Red Sox. Follow me at on Twitter @dwcashMLB

Lisa Weatherall, Staff Writer

Growing up in Arlington, Texas, I have been a Texas Rangers fan since I can remember. Living in Northern California, I am currently in enemy territory and try to make it to as many Rangers games as I can. I love baseball and I am eagerly waiting for the Rangers to win a World Series. You can find me on Instagram @rangerlisa34, where I post pictures of all things baseball, Rangers and Texas .

John Phelan, Staff Writer

John Phelan is a business student at The University of Texas at Dallas and a lifelong Rangers fan. Still getting over the one who got away ... Game 6.

Lee Stitzel, Staff Writer

Texas Rangers fanatic. Avid racquetball player. Aspiring economist. Devoted husband. Boomer Sooner. Hit me up on twitter at Omicron013

Brice Paterik, Staff Writer

Brice is a sophomore at the University of Alabama and has been a Rangers fan his entire life. Growing up in Dallas, Brice developed a passion for baseball and writing from a young age and is very excited to be writing for Nolan Writin'!

Ben Perry, Staff Writer

Ben Perry is an undergraduate studying Business Management Economics at UC Santa Cruz and has been a Ranger fan for most of his life. He enjoys all sports but knows himself to be easily most passionate about all things related to baseball.

Jenny Federici, Staff Writer

I've been a Texas Rangers fan for 33 years - well...let's discount the first 4 years since I probably had no idea what was going on - I have been a Rangers fan for 29 years! I was born and raised in Dallas, TX, so talking and writing about our team is my passion. I've lived in NOLA, DC, & Upstate NY. I'm a Texas Longhorn, marathon finisher, and a football, basketball, and tennis fan too. LET'S GO RANGERS!

jaxsonschreck, Staff Writer

My name is Jaxson Schreck and I am a life-long Rangers fan out of a small town in Utah by the name of Roy. I played baseball growing up and was fortunate enough to spend one year pitching at a local university. I am now currently a pitching coach at the local high school, Roy High, where I help kids attain their dreams and turn boys in to young men. I have two passions in life; one is baseball and the other is writing. I am extremely humbled to have the opportunity to write for other Texas fans. I am an English teaching major, as I'm trying to finish a Bachelor's degree, and have aspirations to attain M.D. and Ph.D degrees. This is my first job with writing and I hope ya'll enjoy what I have to say. Follow me on twitter @jaxsonschreck

CJ Berryman, Staff Writer

Sports Editor at the Hereford Brand. Bachelor's degree from West Texas A&M University in Mass Communications-Broadcast Journalism. Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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