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Rangers' TV Schedule Released



    Rangers' TV Schedule Released
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    SURPRISE, AZ - MARCH 02: Manager Jeff Banister #28 of the Texas Rangers watches from the bench during the cactus leauge spring training game against the Kansas City Royals at Surprise Stadium on March 2, 2016 in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

    If there was ever a slam dunk to be a nationally televised Rangers game in 2016, you would've thought it'd be some of the seven meetings between the Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays in a rematch of a heated ALDS series, which the Blue Jays won in five games with the help of one unforgettable Jose Bautista bat flip.

    You can expect fireworks when those teams meet up, but you better be in one of the local markets or have a special satellite package if you want to see it.

    The Rangers will have seven games broadcast nationally, but none of those will be against the Blue Jays, as all seven of those meetings will be on the Rangers' local affiliate, Fox Sports Southwest and all in May.

    The Rangers' seven national games will be on Fox networks and includes games against the Angels, Tigers, Astros, Cardinals, Royals and Jeff Banister's former club, the Pirates.