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Stenberg to Helm 2020 Rebels

Date:  Source: Valley League Baseball

By Dennis Atwood

Arthur Stenberg IV will be the New Market Rebels head coach for the 2020 season.

Stenberg capped his seventh year of college summer league coaching by leading the Niagara Power of the New York
Collegiate League to their first-ever league championship in 2019, finishing at 34-12-1.

“The quality of coaches I had with me, who I found after a six or seven week search, shared my vision for a summer
season, the message that we gave to the players stayed consistent throughout the summer – come to the ballpark with
energy every day and be coachable, was the key to winning that championship,” Stenberg said in a phone interview.
Stenberg is a graduate of the University of Tampa, where he pitched for two years. One year of independent league
and four years of collegiate playing experience, along with six years of collegiate and five years of high school coaching,
round out Stenberg’s portfolio.

Among the players that Stenberg has coached, thirteen were selected in the Major League Baseball draft, 2010-2016,
and five were free agent signees. Three of those players were on 2019 Major League rosters: right-hand pitchers Art
Warren with the San Francisco Giants and Trevor Richards with the Tampa Bay Rays, and left-hand pitcher Travis
Bergen, who worked 19.2 innings with the Giants and is now with the Rays AAA-affiliate Buffalo Bison.

“We are very pleased to have a head coach of Arthur Stenberg’s extensive and varied experience to be our 2020 field
general,” Rebels President and General Manager Bruce Alger said. “We are counting on coach Stenberg being
instrumental in achieving our goal of winning the 2020 Valley Baseball League championship.”

“Obviously the Valley League has a reputation of having good baseball, good athletes, and is nationally known,”
Stenberg said. “It’s a place I’ve wanted to be. New Market’s been on my radar for some time, so I’m happy to be here.
I look forward to helping all of our Rebels players get better so they can make a positive impact when they’re back at
their schools.”