The Texas Rangers welcome a new manager in 2019, Chris Woodward. Under Woodward’s leadership, the Rangers are hoping to leap to the front of the AL West. The Rangers are calling 2019 a “development” year, where they hope to see some of their promising prospects play amongst their clubhouse veterans. One thing is for sure, the Rangers’ lineup is full of power and excitement that fans will get to see at Globe Life Park.
Fresh off his best season, Nomar Mazara could be a perennial all-star for the Rangers. With strong seasons from of their stars like Shin-Soo Choo, Elvis Andrus, Rougned Odor and Joey Gallo, the Rangers could be one of the highest scoring teams in baseball. With Adrian Beltre retired, the Rangers signed Asdrubal Cabrera in the offseason.
To compete with division rivals like the Astros and the Angels, the Rangers pitching staff will need to have a big year. The starters will be Mike Minor, Lance Lynn, Drew Smyly, Shelby Miller and Edinson Volquez. The Rangers do one of the best relievers in the American League in Jose Leclerc.
Globe Life Park in Arlington will have two suite levels, a lower and upper level. Both suite levels at Globe Life will provide the same first-class experience you expect with a baseball suite. A suite for a Rangers game will range in priced based on who they play and the suite’s location but in general, they will be around $4,500 - $7,000. Suites for a Texas Rangers game will accommodate 18 – 24 guests on average. Each Rangers suite will be climate-controlled and offer balcony seating for an indoor/outdoor experience. From VIP parking to a private entry at Globe Life Park, a Rangers suite will offer fans that suite experience they’ve been looking for from the moment they show up.