Texas Rangers tickets have given fans the winning edge for the last four years, driving to the brink of a World Series appearance the last two seasons, generating playoff games, and doing almost everything right. What they have not done is seal the deal with an actual playoff run that gets them into the Big Series. The Rangers needed a little more oomph, a little more power at the plate to get them past opponents. They may have gotten it for this season with the addition of Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo, two off-season additions that promise to pay big dividends come August and September.
Texas Rangers On the Field and In the Box
The Rangers really needed some hitting from the opposite side of the plate. Too many runners were left stranded on base last season when the game was on the line. In comes Prince Fielder to save the day. Fielder posted 25 home runs in his last campaign, knocking in 106 runners. Just what the doctor ordered for the Texas Rangers. Fielder will hopefully spend a lot of time getting Choo across home plate. Hitting at the top of the lineup, Choo manages to reach first almost half the time he bats. On the defensive side of the ball, having Choo in the outfield is a plus. Inside, Fielder solidifies first base, Geovany Soto takes over behind the plate, and Andre Beltre is still an anchor at third and his .300+ hitting should generate more RBI production with Choo leading off. Overall, the Rangers identified their needs in the offseason and took all the right steps to fill the gaps. Rangers ticket holders will reap the rewards with wins in 2014.
2014 Texas Rangers and the AL West
The Texas Rangers have been 90-game winners for the last four seasons and Rangers tickets should get there again in 2014. The Oakland Athletics in the AL West will challenge the Rangers, but the division is there for the taking. What the Rangers need is a winning post-season. Adding Fielder and Choo could very well put the Texas Rangers right where they want to be in October, playing for a World Series title.
Texas Rangers Tickets
After back-to-back World Series appearances, Texas Rangers tickets were a little bit of a letdown last season. That will change in 2013, big-time. Everyone has their eyes on Rangers tickets. Key offseason additions and subtractions have put Texas in position to contend once again. Manager Ron Washington is looking for redemption and is determined to erase the memories of last season’s disappointing end to the season. The Rangers lost a one-game playoff to the A’s and missed out on the playoffs. They’ll need a remade roster to gel quickly, if the Rangers are going to get back to the postseason in 2013. Texas mainstays Ian Kinsler and Adrian Beltre will team with veterans Lance Berkman, David Murphy and A.J. Pierzynski to give the Rangers’ one of the most potent offenses in baseball. Yes, they’ll probably miss enigmatic Josh Hamilton, but there’s plenty of firepower leftover at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Plus, there’s a vastly improved pitching staff led by rising star Yu Darvish, Derek Holland, Matt Harrison in addition to closer Joe Nathan. With a revitalized pitching staff, this is the most complete Texas Rangers team in a long time, making Rangers tickets one of the most popular baseball tickets in 2013. Expect this team to stay in contention throughout the season and get revenge for last year’s disappointing ending. It won't be easy though, not in the rugged American League West, which is arguably the toughest division in baseball. But that makes Texas Rangers tickets all the more attractive. Those who buy Rangers tickets will be treated with games against electric Mike Trout and the Los Angeles of Anaheim. There are also games against in-state rival, the Houston Astros, who join the American League this year. Everything is in place for Texas Rangers to deliver a season's worth of thrills at Rangers Ballpark. This venerable ballpark located in the heart of beautiful Arlington, Texas, is one Major League Baseball's finest venues. It promises to be packed night after night. Join in the fun with Texas Rangers baseball tickets from ABCTickets.com.