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J.R. deBart

J.R. deBart joined TheStreet in June 2014. He holds a bachelor's degree from Tulane University's A.B. Freeman School of Business.

 


A native New Yorker, J.R. is an avid sports enthusiast and fan of the New York Yankees, Giants and Rangers. He plays baseball in his free time, and most recently played with the Tulane University Club Baseball team and the North Haledon Reds, a semi-professional baseball team in the Metropolitan Baseball League in Northern New Jersey.
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