The Rangers announced late this afternoon that Colby Lewis will get the ball on opening day when the Rangers host the Chicago White Sox.
The opener is the first of a seven-game homestand that runs from April 6-12, 2012 and features three games with the White Sox and four with the Seattle Mariners.
After a cloudy, rainy week the skies have opened up and shined down on North Texas, just in time to remind Rangers fans that it again is ‘Baseball Time in Texas.’
The Rangers have purchased the contract of right-hander Dave Bush from Triple-A Round Rock.
The Rangers Opening Day is set to kick-off tomorrow in Arlington but tickets are hard to come by, and if you do find some you’ll need to hand over some big money.
Jon Lester will get his first opening day start when the Boston Red Sox play at Texas on April 1.
Do you plan to buy tickets to the Texas Rangers’ Opening Day game? Well, it’s not necessarily that simple.