Opening Day — two beautiful words for every fan, fanatic or casual observer of baseball. It is the one day of the year where every team starts the slate clean.
It’s baseball time in Texas, and each week on TXA 21’s Friday Night Baseball CBSDFW will be revealing our picks for the Rangers who are having the biggest impact on the team .
CBS 11’s Jason Allen takes a peak at what to expect in and around Rangers Ballpark in Arlington as the Rangers celebrate their 40th Anniversary season.
As a new season gets underway at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, the Texas Rangers are doing their part to help out neighbors whose homes were destroyed by Tuesday’s tornadoes.
There are still a couple of exhibition games for the Texas Rangers to play this week. But, the team is looking forward to Opening Day on Friday.
There are plenty of DFW bars sure to deliver a grand slam on Opening Day. Here are the best places to catch every inning of the action.
Can’t wait until the Home Plate gate opens up for another season? Relive Opening Day 2011 with our handy slideshow and get ready for some baseball.
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.