The Rangers dedicate a statue to a fan whom died while watching a ball game at Rangers Ballpark.
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.
The Texas Rangers are scheduled to dedicate a statue of the Texas firefighter who died after falling over an outfield railing at a game in July.
The mother of a Texas firefighter who died reaching to snag a baseball thrown by Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton this past summer said Wednesday she wants the star player to keep tossing souvenirs into the stands.
Bruce Greene tries to tell a story with every piece of his artwork. “I think the first thing I started drawing was horses,” says Greene “It’s just a passion of mine.”
At Chad Stone’s house in Grandview, the Rangers game is on full blast. The Stones will tell you they’ve always loved baseball, especially the hometown Rangers.
There was cheering in the press box. That social faux paus is never allowed in Major League Baseball, and will generally get a stern voice over the intercom reminding members of the press such actions are not allowed. Today was different.
A 24-year-old man is in fair condition at a Dallas hospital four days after he fell 21 feet from a stairwell while leaving a game at Rangers Ballpark.
The Rangers fan killed last month when he fell from the stands at Rangers Ballpark will be honored with a bronze statue at the stadium.
105.3 The FAN will be hosting Turf Wars, a softball game at Big League Dreams Sports Parks in Mansfield, between The Titos Vodka Youngs and the Makers Mark Olds.
The death of a fan has led to safety changes at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
It’s been just over one week since an off-duty Brownwood firefighter died at a Texas Rangers game. Shannon Stone was trying to grab a souvenir baseball when he fell from the left field bleachers.