The Texas Rangers Playoff history dates back 2 decades, and includes some of the most memorable teams in the history of the AL. The Rangers moved to Texas in the early 1970’s, after a decade of being known as the Washington Senators. The Texas Rangers struggled to make the MLB post season in the early years in Texas. It would take almost 25 years for the Rangers to make their first playoff appearance. During that span, although the Rangers did not reach the playoffs, they fielded some incredible teams, with players like Nolan Ryan, Julio Franco, and Ruben Sierra. The Rangers playoff fortunes began to change in the 1990’s. During the 90’s the Rangers became increasingly competitive in the American League West, winning their first AL West title in 1996. Legendary manager Johnny Oates led players such as Ivan Rodriguez, Will Clark, Juan Gonzalez, Rick Helling, Rusty Greer, and Mark McLemore. During the 1990’s the Rangers would win 3 AL West Titles, and advance to three MLB playoffs. The Texas Rangers playoff success wouldn’t come for another decade. In 2010, following a 20 year playoff drought, the Rangers once again won the AL West and advanced to the playoffs. The 2010 Texas Rangers playoff team would reach heights yet achieved by the team. Following a tight 3-2 series win in the ALDS, the Texas Rangers knocked out the defending World Series Champion New York Yankees, to claim the franchise’s first ever American League Championship. Following the team’s success in 2010, the Rangers returned to the ALCS in 2011, winning for a 2nd straight year. The two straight trips to the World Series remain the best run in the history of the Texas Rangers and includes one of the most successful runs in MLB Playoff history.
A return trip to the 2016 MLB Playoffs would put the Texas Rangers in contention for their first ever World Series title. To get to that elite level, the Texas Rangers would have to navigate and incredibly tough AL Playoff Schedule. The 2016 Texas Rangers playoff schedule is determined by the teams final seeding after the 2016 regular season. That final seeding will determine the Texas Rangers playoff opponent, as well as which team will hold home field advantage throughout the series. 2016 Texas Rangers playoff tickets are expected to be some of the highest demand tickets in the history of the franchise.
Texas Rangers Playoff Event Guide
How much are 2016 Texas Rangers Playoff Tickets?
Texas Rangers Playoff tickets are always in high demand and typically sell quickly once the team clinches a MLB Playoff spot. Texas Rangers playoff ticket prices increase based on demand and availability.
Where can I buy cheap 2016 Texas Rangers Playoff Tickets?
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What was the best Texas Rangers Playoff team of all time?
The Texas Rangers have had a number of fantastic teams in their history. One team that stands out among the other great Rangers playoff teams is the 2011 Texas Rangers. Led by Ian Kinsley, Elvis Andrus, Adrian Beltre, and Nelson Cruz, the Texas Rangers won their 2nd straight AL Championship Series. The back to back AL titles, remains the best run in the history of the Texas Rangers franchise.
Does my child need a ticket to a 2016 Texas Rangers Playoff Game?
The Texas Rangers require that all children over 36 inches tall have a ticket to see the Texas Rangers in the playoffs. If your child is under 36 inches tall, they will be allowed to enter Globe Life Park, but must be accompanied by a ticket holding adult.