Rangers Spring Training 2018

NBC 5 sports reporter Pat Doney is with the Texas Rangers in Surprise, Arizona for Spring Training 2018.

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USA Today ranked Surprise Stadium — where the Rangers and Royals play spring training games — as the top spring training facility in all of baseball.
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NBC 5’s Tim Ciesco reports from Surprise Stadium, the spring home of the Texas Rangers.
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The Rangers will play the Houston Astros in Globe Life Park on Opening Day March 29th.
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The Rangers wore Stoneman Douglas High School hats in their first spring training game as a tribute to victims and families after the tragic shooting at the Florida school Feb. 14.
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Rangers 3rd baseman Adrian Beltre is back for a 21st MLB season.
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The Rangers played their first home game in spring training under sunny skies.
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NBC 5’s Pat Doney reports from the Rangers first spring training game in Mesa, Arizona, when they played against the Cubs.
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Rangers manager Jeff Banister says what separates catcher Robinson Chirinos from others is his leadership.
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NBC 5’s Tim Ciesco reports from the Rangers spring training facility in Surprise, Arizona.
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USA Today ranked Surprise Stadium — where the Rangers and Royals play spring training games — as the top spring training facility in all of baseball.
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Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos’s leadership is what manager Jeff Banister believes sets him apart.
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Rangers ace Cole Hamels warms up in Surprise, Arizona.
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NBC 5’s Pat Doney spends a few minutes with Rangers manager Jeff Banister in Surprise, Arizona.
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Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is preparing for his 21st Major League Baseball season.
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Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo is following the Winter Olympics closely, as Pyeongchang is only a four hour drive from his hometown of Busan, South Korea.
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The Rangers will play their first spring training game Saturday against the Cubs.
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Rangers manager Jeff Banister has chosen “One Texas” as the team’s motto in 2018.
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