Texas Rangers – Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Aerial View

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Aerial View Location: Adjacent to Six Flags over Texas and the site where Arlington Stadium stood.
Capacity: 49,178

The playing surface of Ameriquest Field is 22 feet below street level in order to avoid summer winds. Was originally called The Ballpark in Arlington from 1994 until April 2004. In 1995, The Ballpark in Arlington hosted the All-Star game. In 2007, the ballpark changed its name from Ameriquest Field to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

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  1. Couple of points of fact: The stadium you’re referring to was originally called The Ballpark AT Arlington, and it does not
    site on the original site of Arlington Stadium. There are numerous pictures that show Arlington Stadium and the new ballpark under construction.

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