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Texas Rangers Tickets & 2023 Game Schedule

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How to Buy Texas Rangers Tickets

On our Rangers tickets page, you will see all home and away games listed. All games at Globe Life Field are mobile ticket delivery. Have your tickets in moments when you buy online.

  • Pick the game you would like to attend, and click the "Buy Tickets" box.
  • From the game page, you will see the list of available tickets. Filter your options by price, number of seats, or section.
  • Once you find a ticket grouping that you like click that ticket group and "go to secure checkout."
  • From there, you can complete your checkout. Rangers tickets are mobile delivery, so you will have your tickets in moments.

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Rangers 2022 Review

The Rangers ended the 2022 season in fourth place in the American League West division. Their final record was 68-94, which put them 38 games behind the Houston Astros. In 2023, Nathan Eovaldi will join the Astros pitching rotation along with Jacob deGrom, Andrew Heany, and Martin Perez. Will this solid pitching lineup bring more wins in 2023? Stay tuned.     

Rangers 2021 Season Recap

In 2021, the Texas Rangers placed fifth in the American League West division.  With an overall record of 60-102, the team was out of playoff contention by 32 games at the end of the season. The team played .500 baseball for the first 36 games of the season. Coming out of the All Star break the team lost 12 straight games before taking down the Diamondbacks on July 27.  Chris Woodward will manage the team again in 2022. Adolis Garcia will be back for the 2022 season. Garcia hit 31 home runs in 2021.

Texas Rangers Early Days

The Texas Rangers were originally founded in 1961 as the Washington Nationals. From 1961 to 1971 they remained in Washington before moving to Texas following the 1971 season. Throughout their history, the Rangers have called four buildings home. First, in their inaugural season in 1961, they played at Griffith Stadium. After one season in Griffith Stadium, they played at RFK Stadium from 1962-1971. Following the 1971 season, they moved to Texas where they became the Rangers and from 1972-1993 the Rangers played at Arlington Stadium. In 1994 they moved into their present-day home building, The Ballpark in Arlington. Honestly, the Rangers have not had that much success throughout their history, and their recent run of success was just about the only success of any kind in team history. They won the American League in 2010 and again in 2011, but failed to turn either of those into a World Series win.

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