Rangers To Host TCU Night Wednesday

Gary Patterson will throw out the first pitch on Wednesday.

June 25, 2014

FORT WORTH - The Texas Rangers opened a three-game series against the Detroit Tigers Tuesday night. As part of its ongoing salute to Texas universities, the Wednesday game against the Tigers will be "TCU" night at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

In addition, on Wednesday night, the Rangers will honor TCU's 2014 baseball team that advanced to the College World Series in Omaha. Head coach Jim Schlossnagle and other members of the Horned Frogs baseball squad, which finished with a 48-18 record and won the Big 12 Conference Post-Season Tournament and both the NCAA Fort Worth Regional and Fort Worth Supper Regional, will be recognized on-field prior to the game. TCU went 1-2 in the College World Series.

Discounted tickets for TCU students and alumni are still available for the game at www.texasrangers.com/tcu. The promotion includes reduced ticket prices; a limited edition Texas Rangers cap in TCU purple for the first 1,000 fans that purchase the special tickets; and recognition of TCU on FOX Sports Southwest's live game broadcast. Horned Frogs Head Football Coach Gary Patterson is scheduled to throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Wednesday for TCU night.



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