It Truly Is a Dream Season as Texas Rangers Inch Toward Home Sell-Out. In August.
If you were planning on attending tonight's Rangers-Yankees game -- and I was considering it -- be warned: It's damned near a sell-out. Ballclub spokesman John Blake just sent word:
As of 1:30 p.m., only obstructed view and scattered single tickets remain for tonight's Texas Rangers game with the New York Yankees at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. All other reserved seats have been sold. Once all reserved seats have been sold, the Rangers will place standing room only tickets, priced at $15.00 each, on sale for tonight's game. Standing room only tickets may only be purchased at the ticket windows at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
In case you were wondering: Capacity at the Ballpark's 49,170. And there have already been three sell-outs this season -- the July 23-24 games against Anaheim and Opening Day.
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