About Texas Rangers
Texas Rangers Tickets 2019 Outlook
The Rangers are another team in rebuilding mode, coming off a season where they lost nearly a hundred games. It's Chris Woodward's first year as manager. They have a bunch of good young prospects in Willie Calhoun, Leody Taveras, and Taylor Hearn, but none of them are likely to help much this year. Future HOF Adrian Beltre has retired. Joey Gallo and especially Elvis Andrus have been strong at the plate this year. Lance Lynn has been effective starting and Shawn Kelley strong in relief. But the 2016 AL West Champion Rangers face a tough uphill battle to compete this year.
The Texas Rangers joined Major League Baseball in 1972, when the Washington Senators relocated to the Lone Star State when then owner Bob Short decided to move the team to Arlington. Since that point, the Rangers have built an incredibly loyal fan base that continues to support the Rangers in their quest for the franchise’s first World Series title.
Since the team's inception, the Rangers have seen their fair share of famous faces as part of the franchise, including former president George W. Bush (part-owner 1989-94), manager Billy Martin (1973-1975), and pitcher Nolan Ryan (1989-93 and CEO & president). Another famous figure that has played a part in the franchise history is the team's first manager, baseball legend Ted Williams. Unfortunately for the fans in Arlington, not even Teddy Ballgame could overcome a bad roster of players, and the Rangers lost 100 games in their inaugural season. In fact, it took until 1996 before the team finally got a taste of the MLB playoffs, and ultimately went three times in four years, losing each time to the New York Yankees. The greatest level of success for the Rangers happened from 2010 to 2011, when the team was American League champions in both seasons. Each year the team failed to capture the World Series championship, losing to the San Francisco Giants in 2010 and the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011.
The Rangers play their home games at Globe Life Park in Arlington. It was built in 1994 and has been home for the Rangers ever since. Come on down to Globe Life Park with tickets from TicketNetwork to enjoy what is left of the 2019 season. You may be able to witness a team who is on the brink of winning their first World Series. TicketNetwork.com can help connect you with Texas Rangers tickets this season; just find the seats you like to the game you want and enjoy a game today!
Texas Rangers Upcoming Game Schedule
The Rangers play the Arizona Diamondbacks for one home game at Globe Life Park starting on Wednesday, July 17 at 7:05 PM. Followed by a three game series in Houston at Minute Maid Park against the Houston Astros with the first game on Friday, July 19 at 7:10 PM.The Rangers travel to Seattle for a three game series against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park starting on Monday, July 22 at 7:10 PM.
Updated on: Wednesday, July 17, 2019