2014 Texas Rangers Spring Training Schedule
Playing in the Cactus League, the Rangers always have plenty of great
match-ups during the preseason, giving fans the perfect opportunity to get out and see if they have what it takes to make
a big move up the standings once they get to the regular season. But down in Phoenix, it's all optimism and sunshine, as the
Rangers bring their talented group of ballplayers onto the diamond to get ready for another season sure to be loaded with
twists, turns and nail-biting moments. The Rangers are never lacking in explosive players who can change the dynamic of a
big game in a real hurry.
Get out and see a game brimming with the brightest stars of both today and tomorrow as the
Rangers look to pull together and round into form before taking aim at the A.L. West standings. As soon as the buzz of the
crowd is rising and you're watching a top-tier match-up under the sunshine, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere
else, as this is a sport that gets taken to a completely different level when you get a chance to see it the way it was intended
to be seen.
Spring Training the Experience
With rising stars looking to make a name for themselves and
talented vets getting ready for another season, spring training is the perfect celebration of baseball before it all gets
going in the regular season, which is why it's always a good idea to head down to Phoenix to see the action up close and personal.
As the Rangers hit the field looking to round into form and get ready for another intense season, you can be assured that
you'll see some unbelievable moments, from towering homers from the youngster with power to savvy defensive plays that will
have you jumping out of your seat in no time this spring training.
Texas Rangers Team
These days, with
guys like Prince Fielder and Adrian Beltre in the batter's box and Yu Darvish putting up zeroes for the opposition, this is
a team that doesn't tend to go quietly in the A.L. West, even if it is one of the toughest divisions in baseball year in and
year out. Be there for all of the biggest and most anticipated games as the Rangers take aim at the top of the standings in
another heart-pounding year of baseball that is sure to be the talk of Arlington, a great town for baseball filled with fans
that know how to show their passion and support. Down in Phoenix for spring training, though, you can also count on being
with plenty of other Rangers fans who make the trip, and you might just be kicking yourself for not making it out to spring
training a whole lot sooner.
Texas Rangers Trivia
Did you know Nolan Ryan owns the record for most strikeouts
in a season for the Rangers?
With 301 K's 1989, Ryan showed that he still had plenty in the tank and started putting
together one of the final chapters in any pitcher's career. Ryan ended up getting hot and continuing it through the early
1990s, even pitching no-hitters in 1990 and 1991 to help solidify him as one of the greatest pitchers in Rangers history.
Texas Rangers History
Over the years, the Rangers have had too many great players to name, but a few of the most
touted include Nolan Ryan, Alex Rodriguez, Juan Gonzalez, Ivan Rodriguez, Kenny Rogers and many, many more. Though they haven't
yet put together a team that has captured a title, they've been knocking on the door for a while now, racking up winning season
after winning season and giving their fans hope that they'll see a championship much sooner than later. The Rangers have also
won the A.L. West five different times, including in 2010 and 2011 – years they also won the pennant.
Spring training gives you a completely different look at your favorite team as they look to build and
get ready for the regular season, and as soon as you're there you might be kicking yourself for not making it happen a whole
lot sooner. If you're looking for a great game loaded with explosive playmakers that can turn the score of a game on a dime,
then you're definitely in the right spot, as there is never a dull moment when it comes to the Texas Rangers. With the Rangers
sure to put on a show down on the diamond and a great crowd showing up for each game in the spring, this is a team that you
don't want to miss out on as they look to put it all together and give their fans some reasons for optimism. The Cactus League
is known for being a great celebration of baseball before the season, and the Rangers and their fans are sure to be right
in the thick of the excitement once again this time around.