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Below is the 2015 Texas Rangers schedule for Rangers Ballpark In Arlington. To buy tickets select the date of the Baseball game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Rangers tickets by phone.

Game Schedule

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June 18, 2018
Monday, 7:15 PM
Kansas City Royals vs. Texas Rangers
Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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June 19, 2018
Tuesday, 7:15 PM
Kansas City Royals vs. Texas Rangers
Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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June 20, 2018
Wednesday, 7:15 PM
Kansas City Royals vs. Texas Rangers
Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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June 22, 2018
Friday, 7:10 PM
Minnesota Twins vs. Texas Rangers
Target Field
Minneapolis, MN
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June 23, 2018
Saturday, 1:10 PM
Minnesota Twins vs. Texas Rangers
Target Field
Minneapolis, MN
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June 24, 2018
Sunday, 1:10 PM
Minnesota Twins vs. Texas Rangers
Target Field
Minneapolis, MN
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June 25, 2018
Monday, 7:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. San Diego Padres
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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June 26, 2018
Tuesday, 7:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. San Diego Padres
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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June 27, 2018
Wednesday, 7:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. San Diego Padres
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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June 29, 2018
Friday, 7:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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June 30, 2018
Saturday, 8:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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July 01, 2018
Sunday, 2:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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July 03, 2018
Tuesday, 7:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. Houston Astros
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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July 04, 2018
Wednesday, 6:05 PM
Texas Rangers vs. Houston Astros
Globe Life Park
Arlington, TX
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July 05, 2018
Thursday, 7:10 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Texas Rangers Team Info

The Rangers have improved change-ups early on in their season and seats are guaranteed to becoming a growing commodity among baseball fans. Though the Rangers team has yet to a win a World Series or AL Pennant as of yet, coaches and managers remain positive that with these changes, the team has a serious shot at a run on the playoffs. However, the Rangers aren’t getting over confident; they know they have a long way to go. But, as outfielder Kevin Mench stated, “"We're looking forward to the challenge.” As far as challenges are concerned, last year’s 2005-06 season definitely set the team up for quite a few of them. With two of the bullpen’s key players, Francisco Cordero and Carlos Almanzar, benched for Tommy John surgery, they turned to Kenny Rodgers. However, soon after the pitching ace received a twenty game suspension from commissioner Bud Selig for attacking a cameraman.

Then, the Rangers surprisingly swept all three series after an incredible home stand and management placed opening day starter Ryan Drese on waivers. The player was quickly picked up by the Washington Nationals. After these issues, the Rangers struggled to find some kind of stability on the mound, causing them to yet again miss the playoffs.

Rangers general manager, John Hart, stepped down from his position giving it up to assistant GM Jon Daniels. At only twenty-eight and one month, Daniels is the youngest GM in league history.  In the offseason, the Rangers picked up players such as outfielders Brad Wilkerson and Terrmel Sledge. They then went on to build up the mound, acquiring pitchers such as Ricardo Rodriguez, and Adam Eaton and Akinori Otsuka. These players were picked up in exchange for Chris Young, Adrian Gonzalez, and newly acquired outfielder Terrmel Sledge.

Despite Rangers home field's reputation of being a hitter’s ballpark, serious changes have marked an early vast improvement in the bullpen. Seeing a major problem with the inconsistency of closer Francisco Cordero, who blew five of eight major save chances early in the 2006 season, pitching coach Mark Conner decided it was time for some serious modifications. With this in mind, he has been replaced by closer Akinori Otsuka, bringing about at least a general improvement in the bullpen. All together, positive changes are being made in the team’s lineup, making this a great season for the Rangers and their fans.