Texas Rangers Fans Share Their Game Day Traditions
By Office of Communication
Posted on March 29, 2018, March 29, 2018

Thousands of fans filled Globe Life Park in Arlington on Thursday for the Texas Rangers' home opener against the Houston Astros. Hours before the game started, MyArlingtonTV asked Rangers fans all about their game day traditions. Check out the video above to hear how they celebrate Opening Day.

Opening day ceremonies included a flyover of planes from the Cavanaugh Flight Museum and introductions of members of the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame.

Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred and two Dallas youth involved in the new Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy at Mercy Street Sports Complex presented by Toyota participated in the ceremonial first pitch.

Rangers fans wanting a better look at the ongoing construction of Texas Live! and the future $1.1 billion Globe Life Field had a great vantage point from the new upper right field observation deck. The observation deck overseeing the busy construction site will be in operation each Rangers home game. While the stadium doesn't open until 2020, the Texas Live! entertainment complex will open later this year.

Fans were also able to check out the ballpark's latest fare, including "The Dilly Dog," vegan nachos, a Cheetos Jalapeño Bacon Dog and Home Run Ham Fries.

Before and after the game, visitors also had the opportunity to ride on Milo, Arlington's autonomous shuttle. The shuttle will also run approximately one hour before and one hour after Rangers games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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