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Rangers to host Marlins, Orioles, Mariners during 9-game homestand

Rougned Odor High-Five Bobblehead Giveaway & Fireworks Show Highlight the homestand.
July 21, 2017

Baseball returns to Globe Life Park in Arlington on Monday with the Rangers back in Texas to open a nine-game homestand. The Marlins come to town for the first time since 2014, opening the homestand with 7:05 p.m. contests on Monday, July 24; Tuesday, July 25; and Wednesday, July 26.On Tuesday,

Baseball returns to Globe Life Park in Arlington on Monday with the Rangers back in Texas to open a nine-game homestand. 
The Marlins come to town for the first time since 2014, opening the homestand with 7:05 p.m. contests on Monday, July 24; Tuesday, July 25; and Wednesday, July 26.
On Tuesday, the first 20,000 fans will pick up the MLB Network Rangers A.L. West Champs Tote Bag.
The Orioles are in town for a three-game series Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29 at 7:05 p.m., followed by a 2:05 p.m. matinee on Sunday, July 30.
Friday marks another installment of Fox Sports Southwest University Night with Texas A&M University on hand. 
The Texas Rangers will celebrate Korean Heritage Night on Friday. Festivities will include a pre-game autograph signing by Rangers player Shin-Soo Choo and the sale of a special Shin-Soo Choo cap with proceeds being donated to the Shin-Soo Choo Foundation to benefit scholarships for Korean students.
Korean Heritage Night festivities will also include taekwondo performances and a pre-game gift exchange between Choo and Executive Director of the Korea Tourism Organization Sang Hoon Na.
Friday Fireworks set to Texas music will follow the game.
On Saturday, the first 15,000 fans will receive the Dr Pepper/Albertsons Elvis Andrus Rougned Odor High Five Bobblehead. Saturday's giveaway features Rougned Odor and is the second bobblehead in the two-part set.
For the weekend series against the Orioles, the Rangers will sport commemorative Ivan Rodriguez Hall of Fame patches and socks, which will also be available at the Grand Slam Gift Shop.
The division-rival Mariners are in town for a three-game set with 7:05 p.m. matchups on Monday, July 31; Tuesday, August 1; and Wednesday, August 2.
Tickets can be purchased at texasrangers.com, by calling 972.RANGERS, and at the Globe Life Park in Arlington ticket office.
Game-by-game highlights of the homestand:
Monday, July 24 vs. Miami Marlins - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW
·         June Player of the Month presentation for Elvis Andrus
·         National Anthem performed by DeQuina Moore, cast member of The Bodyguard, The Musical
 
Tuesday, July 25 vs. Miami Marlins - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW
·         MLB Network Rangers A.L. West Champs Tote Bag (first 20,000)
·         Texas Rangers Heart and Hustle Award presented to Elvis Andrus pre-game
·         National Anthem performed by Airman Jacqueline Christine Essick, US Air Force
Wednesday, July 26 vs. Miami Marlins - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW                 
·         Texas Chili Company Dollar Hot Dog Night
·         Dr Pepper Autograph Wednesday (fans 13 and younger)
·         First pitch by Karima Christmas-Kelly, Dallas Wings forward
·         National Anthem performed by Phoebe Dawson
 
Friday, July 28 vs. Baltimore Orioles - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW                                
·         New Era Alumni Alley-Pitcher Mike Henneman, 6:00-6:45 p.m. (left field main concourse)
·         Texas A&M University Night
·         Korean Heritage Night
·         First pitch by Dat Nguyen, former Texas A&M and Dallas Cowboys linebacker
·         First pitch by John Chong, Chairman of the Korean Society of Dallas
·         Korean National Anthem performed by Yisabel, Korean Popera Singer
·         National Anthem performed by Yisabel
·         God Bless America performed by Caren Quinn
·         Friday Fireworks set to Texas music
 
Saturday, July 29 vs. Baltimore Orioles - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW                                                    
·         New Era Alumni Alley-Pitcher Frank Francisco, 6:00-6:45 p.m. (left field main concourse)
·         Dr Pepper/Albertsons Elvis Andrus/Rougned Odor High Five Bobblehead (2 in a series of 2), (first 15,000)
·         University of Arkansas Night
·         National Anthem performed by American Guild of English Handbell Ringers Inc. Area 9
·         God Bless America performed by Veronica Lopez
 
Sunday, July 30 vs. Baltimore Orioles - 2:05 p.m. - FSSW                               Gates Open at 12:30 p.m.        
·         Blue Bell $1 Ice Cream Sunday (youngsters, 13 and younger)
·         Kids Run the Bases postgame
·         First pitch by Hayden Bush, a Make-A-Wish patient, on behalf of SportsCrate
·         Gut it Out Night, including pre-game presentation with Crohn's and Colitis Foundation and Jake Diekman
·         National Anthem & God Bless America performed by Jim Doepke
 
Monday, July 31 vs. Seattle Mariners- 7:05 p.m. - FSSW
·         First pitch by State Representative DeWayne Burns, for Tarleton State
·         National Anthem performed by Texan Troubadours from Tarleton State
 
Tuesday, August 1 vs. Seattle Mariners - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW
·         National Anthem performed by Aquile
Wednesday, August 2 vs. Seattle Mariners - 7:05 p.m. - FSSW                       
·         Texas Chili Company Dollar Hot Dog Night
·         Dr Pepper Autograph Wednesday (Jr. Rangers Club Members only)
·         First pitch by Margana Wood, Miss Texas
·         National Anthem performed by Jackie Darlene