Opened in 1994, this field is home to the Texas Rangers baseball team. Located in Arlington, the ballpark offers several ... More
Ameriquest Field in Arlington
Opened in 1994, this field is home to the Texas Rangers baseball team. Located in Arlington, the ballpark offers several modern features, such as the 17,000-square-foot Legends of the Game Baseball Museum and the Rangers Walk of Fame, which spans the entire perimeter of the building. The 270-acre complex also includes a 12-acre lake, parks and recreation space, and a four-storey office building within the ballpark. The actual baseball field is 22 feet below street level and the park's seating capacity is more than 49,000. Regular season home game tickets range from USD5 to USD40. One-hour tours are organised.
Went to the Aug 12 game versus the Mariners. Sat in section 31 row 29 seat 15 behind Rangers on deck circle. These seats also gave me access to the Cuevero club, an indoor section behind home plate. The access to the club was great because it was incredibly hot after a rain delay, the humidity went sky high and the air conditioning gave me an inning or two of comfort. Food in the Cuevero club was not bad, had wings and there were 12 for 8.95, bottle of Becks 5.00. The tickets were $50.00, the Curevro club also has leather seats for purchase, not bad seats but becareful because they can have some serious obstructed views. There are also seats in the club that are available on a first come first serve basis, with only a few having field views. Parking is all on lots and unless you are a season ticket holder your going to walk a long ways to your car, I paid $10 and walked close to a mile to the car, this included a nice walk up a huge hill. If you go try to find closer parking, which Im sure is more expensive, if you want a little air conditioning pay extra for the Curevro club or visit the restaurant in rightfield in the upper deck and sit if you can on the rightfield side of the diamond due to the sun beating down on left field. Very nice ball park, lots of families but remember it is very hot in Arlington and parking can be an issue for anyone who has walking problems.
I've been to The Rangers ballpark twice, once in 2000 (my first ever MLB game) and again in July, 2006. This is the place that got me back into major league baseball. Awesome is a good description of the place. It's beautifully designed, very clean, and conveniently located just south of I-30. I was able to walk there from the Howard Johnson hotel I was staying in. The ticket price ($6.00) was a big plus. The people that attend Rangers games seem to be a polite, higher type. All in all, The Ballpark is an excellent choice for a family outing or a stop on a baseball fan's journey.
This Stadium is totally awesome! Getting around is easy and traffic inside flows very well before and after the game. You can easily see the entire field from any seat in the stadium. This is the place to go if you want great baseball and a wonderful atmosphere. Plus if you don't like alcohol there is a section where sales and consumption are prohibited.
You are talking about one of the most fan friendly and coolest parks to be at. You dont have to be a Ranger fan to go here and you will not be heckeld if you are wearing the opposing teams jersey.
The staff there will help you until you are satisfied. You have the sights and sounds all around you when you are sitting in your seat to enjoy the game. They have all kinds of little shops to go into, a kids area, restaraunts, and even a place called the Legends of the Game. This is where they have all kinds of baseball memorabilia. It is cool.
If you are sitting up on the second deck, all you have to do is just sit in your seat and the concession people will come to you. They will take your order and it will be brought to you while you are sitting there watching the game.
The down thing is that not only this ball park, but all ball parks prices on food and drinks are too expensive. Make sure to eat before or after the game and bring plenty of water (dont bring a big cooler, but one that is about the size of a purse or a tad bit bigger). Also dont get your hopes up on getting an autograph from the stars of the team. The rookies, pitchers and bench warmers will give you plenty of autographs.
Just make sure to bring your sun screen, hat to cover your head from the sun, glove to catch foul balls or home runs, and a good mood to enjoy the atmosphere and game.
My boyfriend, my son and myself was there on May 25, 2006. It was the first time my son and I have ever been to a major league baseball game ever. I really enjoyed it. I really would recommend it to anyone who has never been to MLB game. Thanks for a wonderful time.
I am not really a baseball fan but my husband is. The atmosphere is alright if you are a baseball fan, but the food and drink are too high. I guess if you are into this sort of thing, the prices are average but I would not go on a regular basis.
Ameriquest Field was truly built with the fan in mind, no seat is too far from the action. There is no better place to be on a hot Texas afternoon, the staff is friendly, the players are grateful, and the action is worth the time and money.
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