About Emily

Emily Jones McCoy is the dugout reporter for the Texas Rangers, owner and co-founder of Posh Play, consultant for Scout & Cellar, NewULife, and Rodan+Fields She is also president of the Do It For Durrett Foundation and has authored two children’s books. She has a husband (Mike), two children (Henry & Hattie), and a very small filter. You’ve been warned.

11 thoughts on “About Emily

  1. Amber

    Someone will find a reason to be offended no matter the situation. I’m glad to see an inspirational, influential lady (ahem… you) be able to brush-off the BS. I’d happily get doused with Powerade by any of the Rangers… Need my address?

  2. Cody

    Keep up the good work, you’re freaking awesome!
    Sincerely, a fan who loved seeing you finally take the Gatorade bath.

  3. Marty

    Ranger Insider, Pre Game, The Actual Game and of course Post Game are all part of the Ranger fan experience and is great entertainment. Your very much a contributor to the fun. In addition to enjoying the field of play it’s the family atmosphere between players, staff, media etc that makes for an enjoyable experience. The One Big Happy Family That Never Ever Quits.

    Thanks much

  4. Steven Waldie

    This is Steven (still) in Lamesa, TX. I met you back in ’03 when you were doing sports on KCBD NewsChannel 11 and y’all came here for the Community Coverage Tour. I just found out about all the other fun stuff you’ve been doing in addition to the covering the Rangers for Fox Sports. You got it goin’ on!!!!! Keep up the great work…and keep an eye out for the foul balls and Gatorade!

  5. Dawn Shepard

    Change is difficult for us all…but I’ve learned to accept changes in my life (even when I don’t like them) especially the ones I personally have NO control over…but then again, I consider myself to be a fairly “rational” person! ?
    Dave & CJ are pretty damn awesome at their “craft” and I’m glad they’re on board!
    You rock Em! #uptop

  6. Vicki Metcalf

    I love how down to earth you are. You are a great role model. I would love for my granddaughters to grow up ti be just like you! You have such a big heart and an amazing sense of humor. Please never change.


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