Everything Old is New Again in Arlington, On the Brink of a New Rangers Season
Michael Young takes a few cuts before Friday night's exhibition.
For the first time since fall, the smell of hot dogs on the grills overtook the Ballpark in Arlington Friday afternoon, as the stadium came rumbled back to life for an evening exhibition against the Royals -- a dry run for the park's support staff, and C.J. Wilson, before the sold-out season opener tomorrow at 1:05 p.m.
Ron Washington hits a few around the infield during batting practice.
|Free from all that memorabilia that had nothing to do with the Rangers, the museum has plenty of room now to host your next birthday party.|
The Rangers beaten the Astros in their season series each of the last three years, earning the Silver Boot a prominent place in the new hall of fame.
Rumor has it there's one of these cutouts inside every stall.
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