Spring Training Schedule announced

Club hosts New York Mets at Globe Life Park in Arlington, April 3 and 4
Team opens Cactus League play on Wednesday, March 4
Arlington, TX – The Texas Rangers are scheduled to play 34 spring training games in 2014, including 30 Cactus League contests. The club released its complete spring training schedule and pricing on Tuesday.
The schedule includes a pair of exhibition games with the New York Mets at Globe Life Park in Arlington to close the spring schedule on Friday, April 3 (7:05 p.m. CT) and Saturday, April 4 (1:05 p.m. CT). It will mark the first exhibition game in Arlington versus a major league team since the Rangers hosted at the Kansas City Royals on April 2, 2010. Ticket information will be announced at a later date for those games.
As previously announced, the club’s spring training schedule also includes two games with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third annual H-E-B Big League Weekend series at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Friday, March 20 (7:05 p.m. CT) and Saturday, March 21 (1:05 p.m. CT). Tickets for those games are now on sale at www.bigleagueweekend.com.
Texas’ 30-game Arizona schedule features 16 contests at Surprise Stadium/Billy Parker Field. The Rangers will be the home team for 15 of those games and will be the visiting club for one contest against the 2014 A.L. champion Kansas City Royals, who share the Surprise complex with Texas. Those two teams will play three times overall in Surprise in 2015, opening the spring schedule with consecutive games: Wednesday, March 4 (Rangers home game), which is the Surprise Sundancers Charity Game and Thursday, March 5 (Royals home game). Texas will be the home team for the final spring meeting between the clubs on Monday, March 30.
In addition, the Rangers will host the Milwaukee Brewers twice and play the Chicago Cubs,  Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland A’s, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, and Seattle Mariners once each in Surprise. At the other Cactus League parks, the team has two games with the Angels and Reds and one each with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Cubs, White Sox,  Rockies, Dodgers, Brewers, A’s, Padres, Giants, and Mariners. 
Texas will play night games in Surprise with Cincinnati on Monday, March 23 and with Colorado on Thursday, March 26, both at 6:05 p.m. MT. All other Rangers games in Surprise will be 1:05 p.m. MT starts.
2015 individual ticket prices for Texas Rangers games at Surprise Stadium: Lower Dugout–$28.00; Upper Dugout–$25.00; Infield–$24.00; Plaza–$18.00; and Lawn–$8.00. Full season, half season, and 7-game ticket packages are also available as well as group ticket packages. Parking is free to all games at Surprise Stadium.
Season ticket packages go on sale Monday, December 15, and information is available by calling 623-222-2222 or by going to texasrangers.com. 
Spring training individual tickets for 2015 may be purchased in one of four ways:
BY MAIL beginning Monday, December 15. Fans can go to surprisespringtraining.com to download an order form.
ON THE INTERNET beginning Monday, December 15 at texasrangers.com.  
BY PHONE beginning Saturday January 3 at 623-222-2222.
IN PERSON beginning Saturday, January 3 at the Surprise Stadium Ticket Office, 15960 N. Bullard Ave. in Surprise

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