Individual tickets on sale Saturday at 9 a.m
|Jim Bowden joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss his biggest concerns for the Rangers heading into the season, how he would handle the Elvis Andrus-Jurickson Profar dilemma and negotiation tactics when dealing with agent Scott Boras. |
Tickets can be purchased at the first base ticket office at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, by going to texasrangers.com or by calling 972-RANGERS.
A very limited number of tickets remain for the season opener against the Los Angeles Angels on April 5.
The Rangers also released a list of their promotions, which will once again include Firework Fridays and two bobblehead nights -- Nolan Ryan (May 21) and Yu Darvish (June 11). A full list of ticket specials can be found at texasrangers.com/specials.
103.3 FM ESPN PODCASTS
Play Podcast Rangers GM Jon Daniels joins Fitzsimmons and Durrett to tackle the tough questions after his team failed to advance to the playoffs.
Play Podcast Nolan Ryan joins Galloway and Company to discuss having Nelson Cruz back in the lineup and how the Rangers are feeling heading into their wild-card play-in game against the Rays.
Play Podcast ESPN Insider and senior MLB analyst Jim Bowden joins Fitzsimmons and Durrett to discuss the wild-card race and the Rangers' chances of making the playoffs.
Play Podcast Chuck Cooperstein joins Ian Fitzsimmons and Tim MacMahon to discuss why he feels Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish isn't an ace.
Play Podcast Elvis Andrus joins Galloway and Company to discuss the Rangers' stretch run and the morale level in their clubhouse.
Play Podcast Nolan Ryan joins Galloway and Company to discuss the latest Rangers news, including the team's struggles, Ron Washington's job security and a rumored trade with the Braves.
Play Podcast Ron Washington joins Ian Fitzsimmons and Tim MacMahon to discuss the Rangers' dismal September, who's to blame for their September struggles and his status as the team's manager.
Play Podcast Fitzsimmons and Durrett discuss how some people are calling for the Rangers to fire manager Ron Washington.