Brett Gardner #11 of the New York Yankees avoids being tagged at second base by Andres Blanco #3 of the Texas Rangers on April 18, 2010 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City.
What that means is those who live in Arlington will get a break on the ticket prices to see the first-place (as of this writing) Texas Rangers.
So, how much will you save? If you bought a ticket in the lower box, it would normally run $50 per ticket. Arlington residents can score that seat for only $33 on Friday.
Don't worry, if you have a friend, relative or colleague in Arlington ... you can all attend the game at the cut-rate price. If you don't know anyone in Arlington, you're stuck paying full price. That sucks. So, hop on Facebook and find some friends that you haven't talked to in forever that now live in Arlington ... and then suggest you get together Friday at the ballpark to catch up on old times.
And that's not all, oh no! In addition to a baseball game, the club will also be putting on their Friday night fireworks show as well.
Additionally, city of Arlington representatives will be available at the ballpark to answer questions and provide information about many municipal services and programs, including Parks and Recreation, Public Safety, Fire Safety, Environmental Services, Public Library, Economic Development, Public Works, Water and Animal Services.
To purchase tickets, visit www.texasrangers.com/arlington and enter RANGERS as your passcode. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will be available for pick up at the West Box Office Will Call Window. Tickets will not be available at the discounted rate at the ballpark.