A Fan’s Guide to Attending Game 3



Arlington, Texas—Ticket, parking, and other pertinent information for Sunday, October 11, when the Texas Rangers host the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 3 of the 2015 ALDS at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Game time is 7:07 p.m. CDT.

TICKET UPDATE: Game 3 on Sunday is a complete sellout. There are approximately 500 reserved seats remaining for a potential Game 4 on Monday. Fans may purchase up to 12 tickets for Monday’s game at texasrangers.com, by calling 972-RANGERS, or at the Globe Life Park in Arlington first base box office.

SECURITY AND EARLY ARRIVIAL: Fans are strongly encouraged to enter Globe Life Park early. As part of Major League Baseball’s initiative to standardize security procedure at all 30 Major League parks, all visitors are required to be screened via metal detectors before entering Globe Life Park in Arlington.

Gates will open at 4:00 p.m., and fans are encouraged to budget extra time for arrival and entry to Globe Life Park. Please keep in mind that the Cowboys game will kick-off at AT&T Stadium at 3:25 p.m. on Sunday. As such, please plan for additional traffic when traveling to Globe Life Park.

PARKING: Rangers parking lots will open at 2:00 p.m. and additional parking will be available for purchase at Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor. Due to the high volume of fans expected to attend the game on Sunday, we suggest guests carpool with friends and family when possible.

In order to make as many parking spaces available for fans as possible, all fans will be asked to show their tickets to the attendant as they arrive at the parking lot entrance. Please make every effort possible to have your tickets ready when you arrive on Sunday. The First Base Box Office will open at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 11.

Globe Life Park Parking Options:

General parking in Globe Life Park lots is priced at $15 per vehicle. Please reference com/directions to plan your arrival.

Lexus Valet Parking is available on all four sides of Globe Life Park. Please note that valet parking reaches capacity quickly in Postseason. Please plan on arriving early if you wish to utilize this service. Lexus Valet Parking is available for $40 per vehicle. Space permitting, Lexus Valet Parking is complimentary to current sales or service customers of the Dallas-Fort Worth Lexus Dealers. If you are a current DFW Lexus sales or service customer, you will have a sticker indicating this on your windshield. Please see your DFW Lexus dealer for details.

Know Before You Go – Get real-time updates on the availability of Lexus Valet spaces at Globe Life Park when you follow @RangersInfo on Twitter on your smart phone or visit texasrangers.com/valet before you arrive at Globe Life Park. You can also receive an update by texting LEXUSVALET to 76432.

TAILGATING POLICY: Please remember that parking spaces are designated for vehicles in order to accommodate as many fans wishing to park as possible. Tailgate parties are permitted in the parking lots of Globe Life Park in Arlington provided the festivities do not interfere with normal parking procedures or extend into additional spaces.

DEPARTURE: I-30 Connections to the West: The first Westbound I-30 on-ramp after exiting Globe Life Park lots is AT&T Way, and the next is Center Street.

I-30 Connections to the East: A lane of traffic on I-30 eastbound will be diverted to expedite the on-ramp traffic from Nolan Ryan Expressway and Ballpark Way. The T-Ramp from AT&T Way is open in the eastbound direction.

HOV Lanes on I-30: The HOV lanes on I-30 are open to assist Rangers fans going to and coming from Globe Life Park. This Sunday, cars may utilize the HOV lane to travel to and from Globe Life Park.

If you require assistance en route to Globe Life Park, call the Rangers Parking & Directions Hotline at 817-273-5007.

Visit texasrangers.com/directions now for a current parking map, TxDot traffic updates, and detailed directions.


Derek Holland will you ever grow up and be consistent? ARGHHHHHHH. 4-0!

Is Derek Holland one of the most frustrating pitchers the Rangers have ever had? He shows flashes of greatness then he lays an egg. Then you have the injuries. Will we ever see a consistently good Derek Holland or is what we’ve seen the best that we can hope for? Is he just a head case? Instead of impersonating Will Ferrell doing Harry Caray, and getting the Wild Thing haircut, I wish he would work on impersonating Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels, etc. Or maybe he could just realize the potential that he is gifted with. Derek Holland….It’s Time!

Yes, will probably see Dutch go on to Win multiple Cy Young awards, unfortunately it will be in San Diego, Chicago or Pittsburgh, we will see national audiences witness Good/Great Holland finally put it all together and wonder what the Rangers were thinking when they chose to let him go. Remind you of anyone ? Hint Hint… Chris Davis…. we simply need to find someone who can unlock this kids promise while he’s still here, it’s going to hurt when he moves on and some pitching coach tweaks his delivery, adds or subtracts a pitch to or from his arsenal or simply makes a spiritual /emotional connection that we did not. But yes, this is very frustrating.

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