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Texas Rangers Playoff Details
Texas Rangers Postseason History
Frequently filled with some of the most explosive players in Major League Baseball, the Texas Rangers have been an exciting attraction in the postseason on many occasions. The team has forged some rivalries with some of the best teams in the history of the sport, with Hall of Fame players for the Rangers squaring off with worthy adversaries in October.
One of the most exciting eras of Texas Rangers postseason baseball came in the 1990s, when the team was loaded with award winners as they took on perhaps their biggest postseason rivals, the New York Yankees. Juan Gonzalez and Ivan Rodriguez both had MVP seasons when the Rangers qualified for the playoffs and took on the Yankees, with the two teams facing each other three times in the Division Series in a four year period.
But that period of time was not as successful as the team’s run from 2010 to 2011, where the Rangers made back-to-back World Series. The Rangers won the American League pennant in six games in both seasons, defeating the Yankees in 2010 and the Detroit Tigers in 2011. They had a highly competitive World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011, forming another postseason rival in the process.
That Rangers group was led by Josh Hamilton, who won the American League’s Most Valuable Player award in 2010 in leading the Rangers to the World Series. His 2010 run was highlighted by his performance in the American League Championship Series, where Hamilton hit .350 with four home runs to lift the Rangers over the Yankees.
Rangers fans will also remember their rivalry with the Toronto Blue Jays, which played out in the postseason in the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Texas was led by the hard-hitting Prince Fielder, as the Rangers offense looked to outperform the dynamic offense of the Blue Jays. The two teams combined for some thrilling contests, with plenty of runs being scored on both sides.
When Do Texas Rangers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Texas Rangers playoff tickets go on sale at or around the point where the team makes the postseason. That point can be earlier or later depending on how the Rangers are doing during the regular season, and how the other teams in the American League West and American League Wild Card races are doing. This could mean tickets going on sale near the end of the summer, in September, or even early October if things come down to the wire.
How Much Do Texas Rangers Playoff Tickets Cost?
Rangers playoff tickets vary in price based on a couple of factors, with the first being how close to the field a fan wants to sit. Tickets closer to the field cost more, on average, than tickets in the upper levels of the stadium. Which round of the postseason is being contested is the other factor, with World Series tickets tending to cost more than early round tickets. The average cost of Texas Rangers playoff tickets is $88.