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    Posted March 21, 2014 by
    Garland, Texas
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    Wrigley Field memories

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    We love the Ballpark in Arlington


    From the giveaways to the tailgating that happens at Globe Life Park In Arlington (formerly the Ballpark in Arlington) life as we know it in North Texas is grand. The Ballpark built in 1994 provides family entertainment from the time you park your car. My family has enjoyed the Texas Rangers for more than 20 years, my kids have grown up as Texas Rangers fans.


    The Ballpark hosts a variety of gameday events such as fireworks and concerts. The Ballpark cuisine rivals among the best in baseball. Although many of the players that have menu items named after them have left the organization, the Beltre Buster remains on the menu (a huge burger that feeds 4 people).


    Constant upgrades have uplifted fans to better experience the Ballpark. I love to bring the kids early when gates open to beat the crowds and look for that perfect photo op for my kids to get autographs and sit in the high dollar seats for a feel of how it is to sit and watch batting practice and when the ushers run us out before gametime. One bucket list item for us is to watch a Texas Ranger behind homeplate! It's an experience to enjoy America's pastime and make memories that last !


    Although, many will argue that they have the best Ballpark in baseball, I will argue that the Ballpark in Arlington creates an environment to create family memories and traditions that can be passed down..

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