It’s was a great opening weekend at the ballpark in Arlington as your Texas Rangers kicked off the 2012 season against the Chicago White Sox.
Ian Kinsler and the two-time defending American League champion Texas Rangers certainly don’t seem affected by their disappointments.
Opening Day at Rangers Ballpark marked the first time that fans were able to check out some of the building’s new amenities.
One group of Rangers fans have been handed a tremendous task that requires a little bit of patience and a very green thumb.
Even though the week started off with devastating storms, the weather in North Texas has calmed down for Opening Day baseball.
The Batter’s Eye Club is one of the coolest new features at Rangers Ballpark. Take a look inside the exclusive outfield suite.
Most people know Chuck Morgan as the voice on the loud speaker at Rangers Ballpark, and he is ready to grab the microphone again for the new season.
Need a bite to eat while watching the Rangers? Not a problem. The ballpark has some brand new food options on the menu to satisfy your taste buds.
The popular Vandergriff Plaza at the Rangers Ballpark has gone through some major renovations since the 2011 season came to a close.
There are plenty of new changes to Rangers Ballpark for the 2012 season, and one of them aims to improve safety for fans in the stands.
Robin Ventura hasn’t spoken to Nolan Ryan since charging the mound against the Hall of Fame pitcher 19 seasons ago.
Nine months after a Rangers fan died after falling over an outfield railing at a game, his 7-year-old son helped unveil a statue honoring his father.