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Sports The Texas Rangers' New Stadium is On Fire

01:55  15 december  2019
01:55  15 december  2019 Source:   thebiglead.com

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A blazing fire took place at what’s scheduled to become the new home of MLB team, the Texas Rangers , on Saturday afternoon. With construction under way, the new lease on the stadium is now extended to January 1, 2054. With 1.7 million square feet of ballpark, Globe Life Field is expected to

The Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays play a game at Globe Life Park on Thursday, Sept. ARLINGTON -- My first Rangers game at Arlington Stadium was THE first game at Arlington Stadium . My high school friends and I waited patiently for the end of Major League Baseball's first strike (just 13

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Smoke could be seen billowing from the roof Globe Life Field this afternoon. The new home of the Texas Rangers is slated to open next year. Eyewitnesses report a serious response from local fire departments.

Details are sparse right now, but hopefully crews can get the situation under control before too much damage is done.

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