Rangers Ballpark In Arlington
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Opening day at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, and some new rules at club-controlled parking lots were going to crack down on drivers–especially tailgaters—that didn’t have game tickets.
Josh Hamilton says the only time he thinks about his last game with the Texas Rangers is when somebody asks him about it.
Hungry fans will notice one of the changes: a new concession stand that specializes in all things enormous, including the Beltre-buster burger named for Adrian Beltre
With the 2013 MLB season kicking off on March 31, TripAdvisor has released its list of “America’s Top 10 Ballparks”. For Rangers fans, it’s good news.
If all goes as planned, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will have some wonderful upgrades by the time the team plays the home opener against Josh Hamilton and the Angels on April 5.
The Texas Rangers want to change where people buy and drink beer, wine and liquor at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, and they’ll ask voters and The State of Texas to help them do it.
Gone are the days when the sight of a Josh Hamilton Rangers jersey brought smiles to the faces of Rangers fans. The hard-hitting Rangers turned Angels player now turns Rangers fans stomachs.
It seems fans aren’t the only ones who like it when the Texas Rangers get in the playoffs; police say criminals like it too. Now police in Arlington are issuing a warning about buying counterfeit tickets.
CBS-11 News has learned a major chain has expressed an interest in building a hotel in Arlington near Cowboys Stadium and Rangers Ballpark.
There’s more to stadium snacks then hot dogs, peanuts and Cracker Jacks. From sushi to handmade tacos, concession stands at stadiums are serving up some incredible edibles to fans.
Ian Kinsler hit a leadoff home run and Mitch Moreland launched a 463-foot shot, sending Ryan Dempster and the Texas Rangers past the Minnesota Twins 9-3 Saturday for their fourth straight win.