Globe Life Park, Dallas
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Globe Life Park in Arlington is a stadium in Arlington, Texas, located between Dallas and Fort Worth. It is home to the American League's Texas Rangers, and the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame. It was constructed as a replacement for nearby Arlington Stadium. It was known as The Ballpark in Arlington until May 7, 2004, when Ameriquest bought the naming rights to it and renamed it Ameriquest Field in Arlington. On March 19, 2007, the Rangers severed their relationship with Ameriquest and announced that it would be renamed Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. On February 5, 2014, Globe Life and Accident Insurance Company bought the naming rights to it. Globe Life is owned by Torchmark Corporation, which is based in McKinney, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas. On May 20, 2016, the Rangers announced that they intend to move from Globe Life Park to a new ballpark for the 2021 season.Wikipedia
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Another ballpark check off the list, yeah! Nice outside and inside. Good views of the field. I recommend the 3rd base side of the diamond, especially to see the scoreboard, but the reverse if going on hot ☀ days. This is why a new park is being built. Hope to see it once built. Five star is for the elite parks.
Great ballpark. However the 100 levels seats are completely exposed under the sun and yet they are all made out of Metal!! If you are visiting during the hot summer months, make sure you bring something with you!! They do sell $4 team towels at the team store if you forget and want to lay something down.
Beautiful ball park. Nice concessions. Easy to get in and out of the stadium itself but the parking was something else. Took quite a while to navigate through the traffic getting into the park and then our ticketed parking lot right next to the stadium was full by the time we got up to it (even though we were ticketed for it and paid for it) so we had to park way out in another lot.
We love this place. I do miss when tickets for "nosebleed" seats used to be $6 each and parking $12 though. Tickets are $26 now and parking $20. But it is always such a great time. I have never run across a rude employee. Everyone is always so happy and x helpful
The exciting event of experiencing one of America's greatest sporting pass time was absolutely beautiful. I would recommend for every one who not been able to go to a major league baseball game. Try it you may like it.
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