Rangers Celebrate Historic World Series Win with Victory Parade in Arlington

Rangers Celebrate Historic World Series Win with Victory Parade in Arlington

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The celebration that began in Phoenix on Wednesday night will culminate in a grand victory parade on Friday as the city of Arlington honors the Texas Rangers for their historic World Series victory after more than 50 years of waiting. This long-awaited achievement marks the first-ever World Series title in the Rangers’ history and is a momentous occasion for the entire community.

The parade, scheduled to start at 12:15 p.m. CT, will kick off on Cowboys Way at Supra Lot A, located just south of Globe Life Field. This highly anticipated event is open to the public, allowing fans to join in the festivities and show their support for the victorious team. The parade will follow a 1.9-mile loop around Globe Life Field and Choctaw Stadium, taking the route north on AT&T Way, then east on Nolan Ryan Expressway and the connecting East Road to Six Flags.

The parade route will continue its journey south on Ballpark Way/Stadium Drive, on the east side of Globe Life Field, down to Cowboys Way, where it will conclude near Supra Lot A. This carefully planned route ensures that fans can enjoy the parade from various vantage points along the way, creating an electrifying atmosphere throughout.

Following the parade, a public ceremony will take place in the Globe Life Field North Plaza, as well as the adjacent Tundra Lot B. Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to remarks from Rangers executives, manager Bruce Bochy, and the players themselves. This special gathering will serve as a fitting tribute to the remarkable journey of the Texas Rangers to their World Series championship.

The Texas Rangers’ triumph over the D-backs at Chase Field on Wednesday night in Game 5 of the World Series marked a historic moment for the franchise. In their 52nd season since moving from Washington D.C. to North Texas in 1972, the team demonstrated their unwavering commitment to Arlington and its passionate fan base.

Arlington Mayor Jim Ross expressed his profound admiration for the Rangers and their incredible achievement, acknowledging the team’s enduring connection to the city. From the initial efforts of Mayor Tom Vandergriff to convince the Washington Senators to become the Texas Rangers and move to Arlington, the city and the team have grown together over five decades, continually supporting each other.

Mayor Ross emphasized the importance of celebrating this momentous occasion. He urged fans to join in the festivities in the Entertainment District on Friday and fully embrace the joy of witnessing history unfold. This victory parade represents the culmination of years of dedication and perseverance, both from the team and the fans who have stood by them throughout their journey.

The Texas Rangers’ long-awaited World Series championship is a testament to the unwavering commitment and support of the Arlington community. This remarkable achievement will forever be ingrained in the franchise’s history, symbolizing a dream fulfilled after years of hard work, determination, and unwavering loyalty.

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