Texas Rangers Win Again, Issue a Press Release That'll Blow Your Mind

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Not sure why I had a Christmas ham under my cap. But at least I can prove I'm a Rangers' lifer.
​They've lost Michael Young (two weeks with a hammy) and now maybe even Josh Hamilton (left last night's game with back ouchie). But, give them credit, your Texas Rangers haven't lost hope.

And why should they?

Allow me to quickly clarify my position: I don't think the Rangers will make the playoffs, but I sure as hell hope they do. I've been a fan since watching Frank Howard whistle a homer out to center field in the first game ever played in Arlington. I want them to rally past the Red Sox and Angels. I just don't believe it's going to happen. (Accuse me of reverse psychology, maybe. But not of being an outright hater.)

Make sense?

Last night, however, was another step - actually, three - in the right direction. Rangers beat the Blue Jays while Boston and Anaheim lost. The Wild Card race is, shall we say, interesting?

And just lookie what appeared in my inbox yesterday afternoon. I hope you're sitting down ...

   OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE 2009 RANGERS AMERICAN LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES TICKETS ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 12

Tickets on Sale at 9 a.m. on-line, via phone, and at Rangers Ballpark box office

Arlington, Texas- The Texas Rangers today announced that individual game tickets for possible 2009 American League Division Series games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will go on sale at 9:00 a.m. CT on Saturday, September 12.

Tickets can be purchased online at texasrangers.com, on the phone at 972-RANGERS, and in person at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington First Base box office. Hours for the phone sale and box office will be 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. on Saturday and 12 noon until 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 13.

 There is a possibility of up to three American League Division Series games that could be played at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Tickets may be purchased for Game 1, Game 2, or Game 3 of the ALDS at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. The 2009 American League Division Series is scheduled from October 7-14.

 Individuals may purchase a maximum of eight tickets per ALDS game beginning September 12. There will be an additional service fee charged for tickets purchased online or over the phone.  

 Inside Pitch members can also participate in an exclusive pre-sale of American League Division Series tickets. Fans can join Inside Pitch and participate in this ALDS pre-sale by registering at texasrangers.com by 11:59 p.m. CT on Monday, September 7. Fans who register will be notified via e-mail of the details of the pre-sale, which will take place on Thursday, September 10. A maximum of four tickets for ALDS Game 1 game may be purchased through this pre-sale opportunity.  

Ticket prices for possible ALDS games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington:

 

Lexus Club Infield; Lower Infield; Lexus Club Box.......................$100.00

Lower Box; Corner Box........................................................$  75.00

Lexus Club Terrace; Lower Reserved...................... ...............$  60.00

All You Can Eat Porch.........................................................$   45.00

Upper Box; Upper Reserved; Bleachers; Grandstand Reserved... $   30.00

Standing Room..................................................................$  25.00

 

ALDS tickets will not be on sale at the Rangers Dallas and Fort Worth ticket offices.

The Rangers also have Luxury Suite rentals available for possible 2009 post-season games. For more information, please call 972-RANGERS or go to texasrangers.com.

-- RANGERS --


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