NEW YORK, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fans looking to purchase 2013 Texas Rangers tickets will be pleased to discover the many purchasing options available at Ticketability.com. The organization is offering seats in all price ranges for each of the home games taking place at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Fans have been looking for a chance to buy Texas Rangers tickets throughout the winter. That wait will come to an end at 1:05 p.m. on Friday as the team will play host to the Los Angeles Angels in its home opener at that time.
Many fans looking to find Texas Rangers tickets have circled several dates on their calendars. The Rangers will play host to the defending American League champion Detroit Tigers in a four-game series from May 16-19. The powerful New York Yankees will pay a visit for four games from July 22-25. The rival Houston Astros, a team that just moved from the National League to the American League, will play at Texas from July 5-7, Aug. 19-21 and Sept. 23-25.
Fans who will buy Texas Rangers tickets are hoping the team experiences continued success in 2013. The squad played in its first World Series in 2010 and then did so once again in 2011. A year ago, the Rangers had a solid season. However, it did not meet the expectations of most of the players and fans as Texas failed to win the West Division and then fell in the wild card game, 5-1, to the Baltimore Orioles.
Many fans who are successful in their quest to find Texas Rangers tickets for games this season regularly follow contests on the radio. Those based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area listen to games on 103.3 FM ESPN and KSKY 660 AM. The Rangers radio network consists of 57 stations in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Spanish-speaking fans can listen to games on 1540 AM ESPN Deportes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Games are televised by Fox Sports Southwest, KTXA, FOX and ESPN.
The Rangers have played their home games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington since 1994. The team's previous home was Arlington Stadium. Although the current facility seats 48,114, the largest crowd to see a game here was 52,419. That crowd witnessed Texas playing a home World Series game for the first time on Oct. 30, 2010. The Rangers defeated the San Francisco Giants, 4-2, that day. The 1995 All-Star Game was also played here. Ticketability.com
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