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Meeting in the postseason for the second consecutive year these two teams have nothing but bad blood between them. Whether it’s Jose Bautista’s bat flip or Rougned Odor’s punch heard round the world these two teams always generate plenty of fireworks.
All that’s left for the Texas Rangers to accomplish this season is earning the top seed in the American League heading into the postseason. With their playoff spot and division title in the bag, the Rangers want every advantage as they begin their run for the World Series title. With the Dodgers and the Indians both playing excellent baseball right now, the task definitely won’t be easy. Texas will have to play well against Tampa Bay in their final series of the regular season. Tickets to see the Rangers take on the Rays at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, are on sale now starting at the incredible price of just $4!
The Texas Rangers stormed the field on Monday night against the Houston Astros. The game went into 12 innings and came down to the wire. Both teams were desperate for the win to solidify their spot in upcoming postseason play and it showed as neither team gave up. Odor, from the Rangers, sent a huge hit flying into the home run area late in the 12th inning, giving the Rangers the 4-3 win over the Astros. The Rangers start a new three-game series against the Oakland Athletics on Friday, September 16. Tickets are still available to purchase and start at $5. Liven up your weekend by getting your tickets today.
After winning a three game series against the Astros 2-1, the Texas Rangers went 1-3 against the Mariners this week. In their single win against the Mariners, the Rangers have seven doubles, including three from Elvis Andrus. Andrus also had a homer run, as did Jonathan Lucroy. The Rangers had a total of 15 hits to win 10-7. However, the Rangers were unable to keep the momentum going in the final two games. They head to Anaheim to play the Angels for a three game series that starts on the 9, followed by another three game series against the Astros in Houston. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $10.
Sitting pretty at the top of the MLB’s American League West division, the Texas Rangers are at .594 percent and enjoying a four-game winning streak. Wednesday’s 14-1 victory was just the finishing touch of a three-game decimation of the Seattle Mariners, and although many say the Rangers have been lucky this season, fans know better. This is the fastest Texas has gotten to 80 wins since 2012 and they’re looking to break more records in the final weeks of the regular season. In town this week are the Houston Astros, who will play three games against the Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The best seats in the house are just a few clicks away. Ticket prices start at just $4.
The Texas Rangers have won the first two of a three game series against the Athletics. The Athletics were ahead early in the first game, but the Rangers had a four-run fifth inning thanks to a grand slam from Adrian Beltre to take the lead and win. The next night was another rally for the Rangers. After the Athletics tied the game 2-2 in the top of the ninth, the game went into extra innings. The Athletics got two more in the tenth, but then the Rangers scored three for a walk off win. The two teams play once more on the 17, and then the Rangers head to Tampa Bay to play the Rays. You can still get tickets for $12 and up.
The Texas Rangers beat the Tiger 8-5 in the first of three games on August 12. The Rangers came out swinging, getting four runs in the first inning alone. Jonathan Lucroy had a three run homer to help during that inning. Lucroy had another homer in the third, this time bringing in just one other run, and Mitch Moreland and Carlos Beltron also had homers. However, the Rangers were unable to score in the next two games, losing 2-0 and 7-0 in games two and three. The Rangers next host the Athletics for three games starting on the 15. Then, they head to Tampa Bay to play the Rays. Tickets remain available for all games, with prices starting at just $2.
The Texas Rangers swept all four games of their latest series against the Royals that started on July 28. However, they were unable to carry that momentum forward when they played the first of three games against the Orioles. The game was scoreless for the first four innings, and then the Orioles started to get some runs. The Rangers were only able to get one run and three hits throughout the game, which was not enough to take the victory. After two more games against the Orioles on the 3 and 4, the Rangers head to Houston to play the Astros for three gamest starting on the 5. You can still get tickets for prices starting on the $15.
The Texas Rangers were able to get one win against the Cubs in their latest three game series. Cole Hamels was on the mound for eight innings, where he struck out his first six batters. Ian Desmond had a home run and Robinson Chirinos had two RBIs. The Rangers got on the board early with a single RBI from Elvis Andrus and one of Chirinos'. His other RBI brought in another run in the fourth, and Desmond's homer sealed the 4-1 victory in the eighth. The Rangers fell 9-5 when they played the Angels on July 18 after having an early lead. The two teams play again on the 19 and 20, and you can still get tickest for $5 and up.
After winning the first of three games against the Twins, the Texas Rangers have found themselves in the beginning stages of a losing streak. On July 1, the Texans and the Twins played their first game, which was tied when both teams scored two runs in the seventh inning after a scoreless six innings. The game went into overtime, and the Rangers' Ian Desmond homered in the tenth for the win. However, that momentum did not keep, and they lost to the Twins the next two games and the Red Sox in the first of three. The Rangers have two more chances to try to beat them when they play on the 5 and 6 in Boston. You can still get tickets for $22.
The Texas Rangers are keeping their winning streak alive with seven straight wins. Their latest victory was a close one against the Orioles on June 20. The Orioles had an early 3-0 lead in this makeup game. Ian Desmond homered in the third to get the Rangers on the board, and the homer marks his eleventh as a Ranger. Bobby Wilson had a sacrifice fly that brought in a run in the fourth. Then, Shin-Soo had a two-run single to bring the Rangers ahead 4-3 in the same inning, and the Rangers held onto the lead the rest of the game. They next host the Reds for two games on the 21 and 22. Tickets remain available for $5 and up.
The Texas Rangers are in the midst of a four game winning streak. They beat the Mariners in all three games in the series. Then, they started a four game series at home against the Astros with a 6-5 win. The Rangers got an early lead with a three run first inning. A few innings later, the Astros tied the game. After that, it remained close and the score was tied 5-5 going into the bottom of the ninth. A double by Rougned Odor brought in Adrian Beltre to win the game. The two teams meet again on the 7, 8 and 9 of June, and you can still get tickets to these games for prices starting at $15.
The Texas Rangers are coming off a much talked about week of baseball, but unfortunately for all the wrong reasons. After Roughned Odor landed a hockey-style punch on the face of Jose Bautista when the clubs played on May 15, the benches cleared, players were ejected and suspensions and appeals will likely be ongoing for the next few weeks. The show must go on, however, and that show includes a three-game series against the division rival Los Angeles Angels starting on May 23. The Rangers will trot out Cole Hamels in the series opener to see if he can continue his stellar 2016 campaign. Tickets for that game are still available on Razorgator for less than $5.
The Texas Rangers have led the American League West through much of the early season. The team’s pitching has been stellar to start the 2016 campaign, though the offense unfortunately hasn’t always kept up. The Rangers played the Blue Jays well on May 3, but folded late as Justin Smoak hit the game tying homerun and followed it up with a walk-off bomb in the 10th. May will be an exciting month in Arlington as the Rangers seek revenge against the Blue Jays in a three-game series starting on Friday the 13th, then have a divisional home matchup against the Los Angeles Angels. There are $5 tickets available in both series.
The pressure is on for Texas Rangers pitcher Derek Holland. He’s been a clutch player so far this season, and many are saying he’s the most important man on the roster. His pitches average over 90 mph, keeping him in decent competition with some of the league’s best batters, but what happened in the 8-0 win over Seattle on Tuesday is what makes him so key. When things heated up and Seattle had men on base with a chance to stay in the game, Holland came up with some extra oomph and his fastball increased to 94 mph. Keep your eye on this player and the rest of the Rangers by purchasing tickets for Saturday’s match against the Orioles. Prices start at just $16.
The Texas Rangers have had a lot of action regarding trades and pick-ups during the off-season. One very large and impactful trade was that of Cole Hamels who the Rangers acquired. The Rangers take on the Seattle Mariners on April 5 and the team and fans alike are anxious to see how the team is going to do with the addition of Hamels. If you aren’t able to catch the game on April 5, don’t worry because there is another one against the Mariners on April 6. Tickets are still unfilled for the Wednesday game and they start at $6 each, so don’t miss your chance to see all of the action live.
The Texas Rangers have just five Spring Training matchups to go before taking the field for Opening Day on Monday, April 4. The Rangers have looked strong in pre-season, and they’ll have an opportunity to prove just how elite they are when they face the Chicago Cubs today in Surprise, AZ. This year is already being tagged as the Year of the Cubs, so the Rangers would undoubtedly love the chance to beat them in Spring Training. Be sure to be at Opening day on April 4 when the Rangers officially kick off their season against the Seattle Mariners. Tickets are still available for prices starting at $62 and up.
Opening day is just a few weeks away, but there’s still plenty of time to catch the Texas Rangers in spring training action. Before the Rangers kick off their 2016 season against the Cleveland Indians on Friday, April 1, you can see them gearing up and flexing their muscles in Surprise, AZ. In fact, if you don’t have any plans for St. Patrick’s Day, you can watch the Rangers as they face the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night. Tickets are still available and can currently be purchased for prices starting as low as $17. That’s a great deal for some St. Patrick’s Day fun with the Rangers, so don’t miss it!