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After a disappointing exit in the 2016 playoffs, the Texas Rangers are looking to go further into the playoffs in 2017. The Rangers had the #1 seed last season, but exited in their series against the Blue Jays. With the grea lineup for the Rangers, don’t miss out on the cheapest Texas Rangers tickets on Rukkus today and catch a game at the Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX!

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What makes Globe Life Park in Arlington special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Globe Life Park in Arlington is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice Green’s Hill, a sloped section of turf that is located directly behind the centerfield wall. Green’s Hill serves as a batter’s eye, a contrasting background behind the pitcher enabling the batter to see the baseball more easily after it is released from the pitcher’s hand. After each Ranger’s run, giant Texas state flags are paraded around on Green’s Hill in a nod to a practice done by many football teams.

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2016 Rangers Outlook

The Texas Rangers 2015 season ended last year when they were bounced out of the playoffs. But 2016, the Rangers are hungry for a title and will look to dominate the AL West once again. The Rangers have both the pitching and hitting to make it to the postseason because they have players like Adrian Beltre and Josh Hamilton. The Rangers will look to have another dominant season in the AL West.

Texas Rangers Ticket Information

One of the most intriguing events in all of sports is a Texas Rangers game at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The Rangers captivate the crowd with their incredible performance every game, and send their opponents home wondering what happened. Their extremely talented offense and solid defensive effort make the Rangers a fun team to cheer for. Join the thousands of Texas Rangers fans and pick up your tickets today!

Part of the magic of a Texas Rangers game is the exciting team that takes the field. The Rangers boast a talented lineup of young players. This up-and-coming team gives its best effort every day and never disappoints the home crowd. Speed on the bases, power at the plate, and finesse in the field are all staples of this Texas Rangers team. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the action!

Since their inception in 1961, the Rangers have entertained baseball fans throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Located in sunny Texas, Globe Life Park in Arlington has been the site of countless exciting Rangers games. This team has won the hearts of baseball fans in Texas, and their popularity continues to grow. Grab tickets to this fantastic venue and bring your fellow baseball fans along!

Tremendous offensive talent, spectacular defense, and solid pitching are the staples of Texas Rangers baseball. Be sure to invite your friends and family to experience the thrill of speed and creativity that are on display at Globe Life Park in Arlington. You don’t want to miss the unforgettable scene of live MLB action. Get your Texas Rangers tickets right away!

Texas Rangers Bio

Texas Rangers Franchise History

The Texas Rangers are a part of the West Division in the American League of Major League Baseball. The franchise was originally introduced in 1961 and were located in the nation's capital as the Washington Senators.

Things didn't exactly start out smoothly for the MLB's newest team, as the Senators struggled to a 62-100 record in their inaugural season, earning them a disappointing ninth place finish in the American League. It didn't get much better for Washington the following three seasons, with the Senators only equaling their 62-win mark once during that stretch.

It wasn't until the 1965 season that the Senators put together a 70-win year, and in 1967, set their then franchise record for wins with 76, which helped them finish sixth in the AL. Washington would finally get on course by accomplishing an 86-win season in 1969 to earn a fourth place finish in the league, but little did the team know that massive changes would be in store only a few short seasons later.

Due to financial concerns and debt problems, the Senators would be sold in 1971 after advances were made by then Texas mayor Tom Vandergriff to acquire a professional sports team for his city. In 1972, Turnpike Stadium was renamed Arlington Stadium, and the Texas Rangers were officially born as a member of the American League Western Division.

The team's first manager during the Texas Rangers era was Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams, who had managed the franchise since 1969 while the team was still located in Washington. Williams, however, would exit following the Rangers' first season in Arlington. His exit would eventually pave the way for former New York Yankees great Billy Martin to take over the team in 1973, who would help the Rangers tie a franchise mark with 86 wins during the 1974 season and allow Texas to finish second in the West Division.

In 1977, the Rangers would set a franchise record with a whopping 94 wins during the regular season, however, they still failed to make the playoffs after the Kansas City Royals erupted for 102 wins to capture the West's playoff spot. The wins record would hold up for 22 years until the 1999 team would break it with 95 wins during the year.

It wasn't until 1996 that Texas would find itself in the post-season after finishing first in the West behind the phenomenal play of right-fielder Juan Gonzalez. The Rangers wouldn't go very far though in being swept by the New York Yankees in the American League Divisional Series.

After experiencing a minor 10-year slump with a trip to the playoffs, the Rangers have managed three post-season appearances in the past five years, including back-to-back World Series appearances during that stretch.

Texas Rangers Marquee Players

The Rangers organization has seen a plethora of talented players come and go, including several Hall of Famers. Of course, the most popular of the group was pitcher Nolan Ryan, who was an eight-time All-Star and set major league records with 5,714 career strikeouts and seven no-hitters.

Ryan's No. 34 jersey is retired by the Rangers, as is Johnny Oates' No. 26 (former manager from 1995-2001) and Jackie Robinson's No. 42, a jersey number that has been retired by all MLB teams.

Other popular talents include the aforementioned Gonzalez, whose home-run hitting helped the Rangers experience their first bit of sustained success during the 90s, and Alex Rodriguez, who played with the team from 2001-2003 before growing his stardom with the Yankees.

The likes of Rusty Greer, Ruben Sierra, Kenny Rodgers, and Ivan Rodriguez have also been inducted into the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame as well, so the franchise has seen no shortage of great players call Arlington their home over the years.

Josh Hamilton, Neftali Perez, Ian Kinsler, Michael Young, Nelson Cruz, and CJ Wilson have also all made a major impact in helping the team reach new heights in recent years.

In terms of MLB MVP's, the Rangers have had five throughout their existence, with Jeff Burroughs capturing the award in 1976, Gonzalez winning in 1996 and 1998, Ivan Rodriguez in 1999, Alex Rodriguez in 2003, and Josh Hamilton during the 2010 season.

Texas Rangers Pennants and World Series Titles

Although Texas has yet to capture the elusive World Series crown, the organization has scored a couple of AL pennants and several division titles.

The Rangers won back-to-back AL pennants in 2010 and 2011, but unfortunately were unable to turn those into World Series successes after losing to the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals during those years.

As for division titles, the team captured crowns in their two AL pennant years and also during the 1996, 1998, and 1999 seasons.

However, despite being a member of the league since 1961, the Rangers organization has only made the playoffs six times, which has to be considered a bit of an underwhelming number.

Texas Rangers Venue Information

Globe Life Park is the stadium that hosts all Rangers home games and is located in Arlington, Texas. The stadium has undergone several name changes over the years and originally started as the Ballpark in Arlington in 1994.

The stadium's current seating capacity is 48,114 for Rangers games and includes over 5,000 club seats within the venue.

Both the left field (332 feet) and right field (325 feet) walls are some of the shortest in baseball, making this park one that both the Rangers and visiting team hitters absolutely love.

Texas Rangers 2015 Season Outlook

After struggling mightily during the 2014 season and finishing with a 67-95 record, the Rangers aren't figured to factor into the 2015 American League post-season race.

Although Texas has been predicted by most to finish ahead of the lowly Houston Astros, not many experts believe that the Rangers can move above a fourth place finish in the AL West.

The Rangers will face stiff divisional competition against the Los Angeles Angels, Seattle Mariners, and Oakland Athletics, so making the playoffs appears to be a pipe dream for a team that is still looking to find the success that it experienced several years ago.

Both Prince Fielder and Adrian Beltre will be expected to provide a lot of runs during the season, but the pitching rotation may be what decides whether Texas can exceed its expectations in 2015.

The team is also expected to acquire Josh Hamilton from the Angels, as although his best days may be behind him, he still has the opportunity to be a key contributor for the team like he was when he during his first run with the organization.

Texas Rangers Lineup

  • Nate Adcock
  • Scott Baker
  • Lisalverto Bonilla
  • Alexander Claudio
  • Neal Cotts
  • Yu Darvish DL60
  • Jon Edwards
  • Neftali Feliz
  • Pedro Figueroa DL60
  • Wilmer Font
  • Matt Harrison DL60
  • Derek Holland
  • Michael Kirkman
  • Phil Klein
  • Corey Knebel
  • Colby Lewis
  • Nick Martinez
  • Roman Mendez
  • Miles Mikolas
  • Alexi Ogando DL60
  • Joe Ortiz
  • Spencer Patton
  • Martin Perez DL60
  • Aaron Poreda
  • Robbie Ross
  • Ben Rowen
  • Tanner Scheppers DL60
  • Nick Tepesch
  • Shawn Tolleson
  • Matt West
  • Robinson Chirinos
  • Tomas Telis
  • Elvis Andrus
  • J.P. Arencibia
  • Adrian Beltre
  • Prince Fielder DL60
  • Kevin Kouzmanoff DL60
  • Rougned Odor
  • Jurickson Profar DL60
  • Guilder Rodriguez
  • Adam Rosales
  • Ryan Rua
  • Luis Sardinas
  • Jim Adduci
  • Engel Beltre DL60
  • Michael Choice
  • Shin-Soo Choo DL60
  • Leonys Martin
  • Alex Rios
  • Daniel Robertson
  • Jake Smolinski
  • Mitch Moreland DL60

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Cheap Texas Rangers Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers — 08/31/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$1.00 Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers — 08/29/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$1.00 Houston Astros at Texas Rangers — 09/27/2017
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$1.00 Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers — 08/30/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$2.00 Cleveland Indians at Texas Rangers — 08/28/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$2.00 Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels — 09/10/2016
Angel Stadium of Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$2.00 Texas Rangers at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/03/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers — 08/15/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers — 08/16/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$2.00 Houston Astros at Texas Rangers — 09/25/2017
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX

Best and Most Expensive Texas Rangers Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$3,708.00World Series: TBD at Texas Rangers - Home Game 1 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/27/2015
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$706.00World Series: TBD at Texas Rangers - Home Game 3 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 11/03/2015
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$662.00World Series: TBD at Texas Rangers - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 11/04/2015
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$487.00Texas Rangers at New York Yankees — 06/29/2016
Yankee Stadium; Bronx, NY
$424.00World Series: TBD at Texas Rangers - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/28/2015
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$378.00ALCS: TBD at Texas Rangers — 10/21/2017
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$354.00ALCS: TBD at Texas Rangers — 10/20/2017
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$330.00ALCS: TBD at Texas Rangers — 10/14/2017
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$293.00Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers — 04/04/2016
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX
$283.00ALCS: TBD at Texas Rangers — 10/13/2017
Globe Life Park; Arlington, TX