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7/21/14 – The Texas Rangers got the second half of the season started the right way, with a win over the Blue Jays in their first game back from the All-Star break. Despite a season-high four RBIs from outfielder Dan Robertson, the Texas Rangers cemented their series loss to the Toronto Blue Jays this past weekend. This week, cheap Texas Rangers tickets are surprisingly available, even though they are pitted against the New York Yankees. New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers tickets dip as low as $8 on 7/22 and $9 on 7/24 in the Bronx.
7/14/14 – The All-Star Break could not have come at a better time than now for the Texas Rangers. The Rangers have lost eight consecutive games for the second time in the last month, dropping 22 of their last 25 matches. The team may not be leading headlines, but Globe Life Park’s increase in drool-worthy concession creations certainly are. Texas Rangers fans are treated to foods such as the 2 ft-long Kaboom Kabob, Choomongous (named after Shin-Soo Choo), the Bacon-Stuffed Waffle on a stick, the Sausage Sundae and more. Buy Texas Rangers tickets to start the second half of the season with a gluttonously good time at the ballpark. See the squad take on the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre with Texas Rangers tickets for as low as $9 on Friday (7/18) and Sunday (7/20).
7/7/14 – The Texas Rangers may be experiencing a bit of a dip in the standings, with their less-than-successful campaign against the Orioles and Mets, but perhaps the team will get a jolt with the upcoming All Star Game! Two Rangers were selected for the honor—and the names shouldn’t surprise you; Yu Darvish was named in the starting rotation and third baseman Adrian Beltre was picked as a reserve infielder. Buy All Star Game tickets for a $217 minimum on 7/15, or purchase Texas Rangers tickets for the battle for the Lone Star Series this week! The Rangers will host the Houston Astros starting tonight and tickets are super cheap: pay just $1 to get-in from 7/7-7/8. After that, the squad will meet the red hot LA Angels for very cool prices: get into Globe Life Park for just $2 on 7/10, 7/11 and 7/13.
6/30/14 – Now halfway through the season, it’s pretty evident that the Texas Rangers suffered a serious case of June Gloom. The Rangers endured their longest losing streak since 2005, dropping eight consecutive games until they came up big against the Minnesota Twins last Friday. Texas won two huge games, including a 5-0 shutout on Saturday. Though they couldn’t lock in a sweep, it looks like the Rangers are ready to climb out of the hole they dug themselves. The Rangers are pitted against the Baltimore Orioles for four games, with the cheapest tickets offered on 7/1 for just $7 in Lower Reserve. The Rangers will travel to the Big Apple to celebrate our nation’s birthday, with a series at the New York Mets. Texas Rangers tickets are priced at $20-25 minimum over Fourth of July Weekend in Flushing, NY.
6/23/14 – Are you ready for a 2011 ALCS rematch? The Texas Rangers will host Ian Kinsler on his old stomping grounds, alongside the Detroit Tigers this week. Texas will have to bring their A-game if they want to show Kinsler who’s boss, as the Rangers are currently skidding with five straight losses. The AL West team was swept by division opponents, the Angels, most recently—even with star pitcher Yu Darvish on the mound. Cheap Texas Rangers tickets are easy to find this week on Razorgator: pay just $3 tomorrow (6/24), and $5 to get-in for the final two games of the series against Detroit (6/25-6/26).
6/16/14 –The Texas Rangers allowed Seattle to snap a five game skid in yesterday’s loss, but they’ll have to buck up in order to compete with some tough upcoming opponents. The Rangers are gearing up for AL West monsters this week, with a visit to Oakland and Anaheim lined up. Though the Rangers took the series over the Mariners, Texas comes into this week with six runs and 2-for-15 with runners in scoring position and the inconsistent offense from their No.3-5 hitters should clear up this week. Texas is in the middle of 13 straight AL Central foes; score cheap Texas Rangers tickets for these important division games!
6/9/14- The Texas Rangers looked like they were on the upward AL West slope, before last week’s tough homestand derailed their efforts. The Rangers dropped two games apiece to Baltimore and Cleveland, with one more shot at the Indians tonight for the series-win. What’s more, the Arlington squad was hit by another injury; this time, it’s Mitch Moreland who will be out for three months post ankle surgery. Texas will play at Globe Life Park for two more games, versus the Miami Marlins (6/10-6/11), before starting off on the road pitted against the Seattle Mariners. Buy Texas Rangers tickets for a low $2-3 minimum when they host Miami.
6/2/14 - The Texas Rangers battled some difficult opponents over last week's gritty roadtrip, but still played admirably. The Rangers triumphed in each of their series over the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins, before falling in two games to the Washington Nationals. Just because they're back home, that doesn't mean the competition will let up: Texas is pitted against the Baltimore Orioles starting tomorrow, followed by the Cleveland Indians and Miami Marlins at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Cheap Texas Rangers tickets are easy to come by in early June: pay $2 to get into all three games against Baltimore (6/3-6/5). Tickets dip even lower when the host Cleveland (6/7), just $1 to get-in.
5/27/14 - It looks like last Sunday's player-only meeting worked! The Texas Rangers are on a hot streak, having won six of their last 8 games, including three over the previously insurmountable (now struggling) Detroit Tigers. While this is a much needed and welcomed turnaround, the squad suffered yet another setback onset by injury. As if the Rangers lacked any injury woes, Texas learned Prince Fielder would likely miss out on the remainder of the season due to a herniated disk in his neck. This team has managed to hover around the .500 mark even with an onslaught of injuries--score Texas Rangers tickets and see them persevere on the road this week in Minnesota and Washington! Cheap Texas Rangers tickets are frequently offered: get-in for $2 tonight, $3 Wednesday (5/28) and $3 Thursday (5/29) against the Twins. Pay a mere $5 to get-in for their series opposite the Nationals (5/30-6/1).
5/19/14 - The Texas Rangers suffered two major blows last week: the squad has likely lost Martin Perez and Matt Harrison for the remainder of the season. Sadly, Harrison may undergo spinal fusion surgery that will potentially end his career, while Perez is the latest Tommy John victim. The franchise has filled the rotation in with Nick Martinez and Nick Tepesch; veteran pitcher Scott Baker has also been purchased from the minors. Prince Fielder ended his consecutive game streak at 547 when he missed Saturday's match from a herniated disk; he is expected to return on Tuesday. See if the prepared squad can power through their injury epidemic with Texas Rangers tickets. See them take on the Seattle Mariners at home for as little as $4 on 5/20 and an even lower $1 on 5/21.
5/12/14 - For the second time in his career, Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish came within one out of pitching a no-hitter. The near-perfect Friday night game came to a crashing halt when Darvish gave up a single to Boston's David Ortiz with two out in the top of the ninth inning. Score Texas Rangers tickets to see Darvish's next brush with history! He will be back home to pitch the series opener against the Toronto Blue Jays this Friday; you can get in for just $8 on 5/17.
5/5/14- The Texas Rangers put their second place ranking in the AL West in serious jeopardy with four straight losses, including a sweep by Oakland, last week. The Rangers are still within two games of the division-leading A's, but they'll move to close that gap with four against the Rockies (split home games) and three against the Red Sox this week. Texas Rangers tickets in Colorado start at $7 (5/6) and drop down to $2 when they host the Rockies (5/7-5/8). Get-in for $11 when Texas takes their first game against Boston on Friday (5/9).
4/28/14 - The Rangers may have been ravaged by injures in this early part of the season, but that hasn't stopped them from taking reign over the AL West! Despite the continued absence of players like Sin Shoo Choo, the return of Adrian Beltre from the DL has undoubtedly boosted Texas' performance. At 15-10, the Rangers are tied with the A's in record, but swept the (then) division leaders last week. The squad will attempt a repeat performance starting today, opposite Oakland, and against other AL West foes, the Anaheim Angels, this weekend. Texas Rangers tickets are a steal when they meet the A's: get-in for $2-$3 in Arlington (4/28-4/30).
4/21/14 - The Texas Rangers were hot on a five-game winning streak, just to have it snapped by the Chicago White Sox on Sunday. Texas may have won their third consecutive series victory, but they were crushed by Chicago, 16-2: Rangers' lefty Robbie Ross allowed 7 runs in 5 innings—an uncharacteristic contrast to his impressive first two starts. The squad will shake it off as they head into their first of 19 games against their toughest competition in the AL West: the Oakland A's. The series kicks off today at O.CO Coliseum, and Texas Rangers tickets are available tomorrow for $35 and Wednesday for $17. The Rangers will take on the Seattle Mariners this weekend: tickets start at $19 for this AL West showdown (4/25 & 4/27).
4/14/14- The Texas Rangers have been alternating wins and losses since last Sunday, resulting in their 6-6 record and 3rd place spot in the AL West. The Rangers have yet to achieve consecutive victories thus far in the season, but let's see if they can do so this week with four games against the Seattle Mariners! It doesn't get much better than cheap Texas Rangers tickets: get in for $2-$4 across the entire series from 4/14 to 4/17. Texas' homestand continues into next week, with the White Sox visiting over weekend. The Rangers just placed third baseman Adrian Beltre on the DL with a strained quad, but welcomed back Colby Lewis to the rotation, after being sidelined for nearly two years due to devastating hip and elbow surgeries.
4/7/14 - The Texas Rangers have split their six-game series openers with a win on the road against Philadelphia and a loss at home against Tampa Bay, for a 3-3 record. The Rangers will continue their road trip and head to Boston to take on the Red Sox (4/7-4/9) before returning home to host the Houston Astros this weekend (4/11-4/13). You can find cheap Texas Rangers tickets both on the road or at home: pay as little as $1 to see them at Fenway Park this Tuesday (4/8), or $9 at Rangers Ballpark this Saturday (4/12). Yu Darvish made his debut back from the DL by setting a major league record: striking out the first two batters he met to achieve his 500th career strikeout. He is now the fastest pitcher as a starter to reach the milestone (in 401 2/3 innings).
4/1/14 - Despite coming back from a six-run deficit, the Texas Rangers could not extend their runs into winning points in yesterday's Opening Day game against the Phillies. In the high scoring (14-10) match, the Rangers broke a franchise record for most runs allowed in a season opener, thanks to a precarious showing from the bullpen and collapse by Tanner Scheppers. The Rangers are looking to brush off their rough start with a series win. See the final game of Philadelphia's campaign at Globe Life Park for just $3 on Wednesday. Next up: the Rangers head down to Florida to take on the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday (get in for $14).
3/24/14 - The Texas Rangers were dealt a bad hand in the week prior to Opening Day, losing catcher Geovany Soto (torn meniscus) and second baseman Jurickson Profar (throwing shoulder tear) for at least 10 weeks each. This comes in addition to Yu Darvish's stiff neck rendering him unlikely to fulfill his scheduled start on Monday against the Phillies for Opening Day. Not to worry Rangers fans, Texas has been beset by injuries all spring, and have made the necessary preparations for this kind of setback! Score Rangers tickets for their back-to-back games against state rivals, the Houston Astros, at the Alamodome this Friday and Saturday. Texas Rangers tickets for these fun exhibition matches are cheap: $19 to get-in on 3/28 and $21 to get-in on 3/29.
3/17/14 - Texas Rangers tickets for Opening Day are the most expensive in the league, at $262 on average against the Philadelphia Phillies--and we can see why! Not only is this a stellar interleague matchup, but the Rangers will square off against former player Cliff Lee, in the pitcher's first start in Arlington since helping Texas get to the World Series four years ago. The Rangers will start Yu Darvish, who just led to the squad to their first winning-streak of the year, following Sunday's 14-8 victory over the White Sox. Snag some cheap Texas Rangers tickets when they play the San Diego Padres this Sunday, just $18 to start!
3/10/14 - The Texas Rangers are certainly one of MLB's most talked about teams this spring, and it's not just because of their high-profile visitors. Rangers manager Ron Washington was fined $200 during Saturday's game for a confrontation with an umpire after Prince Fielder struck out looking—Washington responded to the superfluous fine by sending 20,000 pennies to the VP of discipline to cover the fee. Today is sure to bring even more excitement, as Shin-Soo Choo squares off this afternoon against his former team, the Cincinnati Reds. Texas Rangers tickets start at $61 when they face the San Francisco Giants this Thursday, and drop down to a $19 get-in price when the White Sox visit Surprise Stadium on Sunday.
3/3/14 - The Texas Rangers were looking to jump start their lineup this season with the addition of Prince Fielder, and fans who were at Thursday's game last week saw sparks fly. Fielder hit a stunning line drive over the right-field wall in their game against Kansas City, receiving a standing ovation from those in attendance. With Fielder feeling this good this early, it's going to be a great year for the Rangers! Russell Wilson is suited up for today's game against the Cleveland Indians, but you can be there Wednesday when Texas takes on the QB's former team, the Colorado Rockies! Texas Rangers tickets are $19 to get in on tomorrow's action.
2/24/14 - Texas Rangers tickets are the hottest in league, up $25 on average, to $161 across spring training. We don't think it has to do with manager Ron Washington's recent one-year extension deal, so much as it has to do with Seattle Seahawk's QB Russell Wilson's twitter announcement that he will be at the Texas Rangers' training facility on March 3. While the Rangers secured a manager that has brought them to back-to-back World Series appearances in 2010 and 2011, the organization is excited to have an athlete like Wilson serve as inspiration for both the major and minor-leaguers in practice. Texas Rangers tickets for the March 3 game against the Cleveland Indians are $28-$31.
2/18/14 - The Texas Rangers may be welcoming back Nelson Cruz, who most assumed would not be returning to the team in 2014. The right fielder came out of his 50-game drug suspension looking for a multi-year deal with the Seattle Mariners, but now that the Emerald City bagged Robbie Cano, their interest has dwindled significantly, leaving the Rangers as Cruz's chief option. Pitchers and catchers have arrived for training, and most position players are already accounted for, with the team's first full workout taking place in two days. See if there are any surprise returners come 2/28 for their first Spring Training game, with Texas Rangers tickets starting at an affordable $16 next Friday.
2/12/14 - Former Rangers chief executive officer, Nolan Ryan, has just moved to the Houston Astros organization as executive adviser, making the intrastate Texas rivalry fiercer than before—the two teams will meet 19 times this season, with the first game 3/28 at $18 to get-in. The Texas Rangers are gearing up for Spring Training in Arizona, with pitchers and catchers reporting for duty in four days, and position players three short days later. The Texas Rangers are taking on the revamped Kansas City Royals on 2/28; tickets start at $12.
1/30/14 - Texas Rangers tickets boast the highest average price for Spring Training, at $82. This could have to do with the fact that the Rangers acquired two of the biggest hitters in the game, in Shin-Soo Choo and Carlos Beltran. Now, Texas is churning the rumor mill again by showing interest in solid pitcher A.J. Burnett if he chooses not to retire. Watch this team bring it back to their playoff-winning ways of previous years with this newly amped up roster!
7/25/13 - Despite getting off to a fast start, the Rangers were unable to keep it up, falling back to a hard-charging Oakland squad shortly before the break. North Texas baseball fans have to be hoping that they can get more pitching by the trade deadline, as only Yu Darvish and Derek Holland have pitched consistently well. Offensively the Rangers are getting plenty of contributions from the usual group – Ian Kinsler, Adrian Beltre, and Nelson Cruz.
4/5/13 – Josh Hamilton’s return today to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was not so welcome. As if the Rangers-Angels rivalry wasn’t already grand enough – Hamilton was the latest acquisition to the Los Angeles Angels lineup that had previously played for the Texas Rangers. Although no longer part of the Rangers roster, Texas fans must not forget that Vladimir Guerrero, Darren Oliver, and Mike Napoli were all former Angels before coming to the Lone Star State. Between the two teams dominance in the AL West and their roster exchanges, expect this division rivalry to heat up. Tickets to the Rangers home opener versus the Angels ranged from $90 in the Grandstand Reserved to $600 in the Lower infield. If you waited until the last minute to buy, you could have got in the door at a mere $37. The three-game series against the Angels is by far the most expensive this month. Rangers’ fans will get a chance to see their team play the Tampa Bay Rays, Seattle Mariners, and Chicago White Sox by month’s end.
Texas Rangers 2014 Season
The Texas Rangers have certainly made noise this offseason, acquiring two big names off of the free agent market. The Rangers landed Shin-Soo Choo as the newest leadoff hitter ($130 million/seven years) and traded Ian Kinsler to Detroit for slugger Prince Fielder; these two will complement other power hitters, Adrian Beltre and Alex Rios. The Rays have also traded for top prospect Michael Choice, to give their outfield even more of a boost.
Now, the Rangers are rumored to be in talks with A.J. Burnett, who just announced his return to pitching this year, though initially many believed the player would only come back for the Pittsburgh Pirates
. If Burnett takes a deal, he will join an already solid bullpen consisting of Yu Darvish and Derek Holland. Off the field, big news came early in the offseason when Texas’ CEO Nolan Ryan resigned in October. Last season, the Rangers suffered a disappointing run, failing to get into the postseason for the first time since 2009 and putting an end to three consecutive years of playoff appearances. These latest editions are definite impact players; see them come together with Texas Rangers tickets this year!
Undoubtedly the Texas Rangers would like to forget the 2012 season, especially the last month of the season. Holding a 13 game lead at the end of June, and then a six game lead over Oakland with nine to play, the Rangers failed to hold the lead; losing seven of those last nine — including a regular season-ending sweep by the A's — then dropped the wild-card contest to a surprising young Baltimore squad. And to add insult to injury, outfielder Josh Hamilton signed a big free-agent contract with the Rangers division rivals in Los Angeles after the season. Hamilton's power will be difficult for the Rangers to replace; after his 43 longballs, third baseman Adrian Beltre was next on the team in home runs and runs batted in while leading the team in batting average (among players who qualified for the batting title). Outfielder David Murphy contributed with a team leading on-base percentage, while Elvis Andrus and Ian Kinsler tied for the team lead in stolen bases. On the other side, the Rangers have a formidable top of the rotation with Matt Harrison (team leader in wins and earned run average), Yu Darvish (team strikeout king), and Derek Holland; and closer Joe Nathan. The Rangers path to the 2013 postseason gets a tiny bit harder this season with the addition to the American League of the Houston Astros, but Ranger Nation will continue to expect a hot time at Rangers Ballpark this summer.
Texas Rangers tickets in Arlington average $63 at Rangers Ballpark this season. What Rangers baseball games do most fans want to see? The 2013 Texas Rangers schedule features key series with the Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Angels and New York Yankees. Each of these series has an average tickets price of more than $100. The Cincinnati Reds will play the Rangers during Interleague play in Arlington; these tickets average $85 — the Rangers fourth most expensive home series this season. Rangers baseball fans looking score cheap Texas Rangers tickets will find seats under $10 in the Grandstand Reserved at Rangers Ballpark. Road games tickets to see the Texas Rangers average $63, the same as at home.