Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Home of the Texas Rangers
Experience the Park Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Fan Guide
Beer for My Horses
A song often heard at Rangers Ballpark is Toby Keith and Willie Nelson’s ‘Beer for My Horses and Whiskey for My Men.’ Feel free to sing along with others as you enjoy your beverage of choice. Mainstream domestic brews available at stands and from vendors include Budweiser, Coors and Miller (regular and lite), which go for $7 a pop. Specialty stands offer imported beers and Texas brands like Shiner Bock for a little more.
If beer isn’t your thing, a favorite drink among Rangers’ fans is a very tall frozen margarita, which can be purchased at stands and from vendors. It goes for $9.50, but might be worth it on a hot and humid Texas day (or night).
There are also a few places to get a drink indoors – the Rawlings All American Grille, the Diamond Club and the Cuervo Club. The first two are open to all ticket holders while the Cuervo Club is exclusive, requiring a special pass or specific ticket ($$) to that day’s game.
Designated drivers who register at the ballpark can have free soda – Dr. Pepper and Diet Dr. Pepper are popular, which makes sense if you know Dr. Pepper originated in Texas – and are entered in a drawing for Rangers merchandise. Note: Vendors stop selling alcohol at the end of the 7th inning and sales are halted at the end of the 8th at the concession stands, or two and a half hours from the start of the game, whichever comes first. Section 335 is non-alcohol seating.
One of the ballpark’s sponsors is Starbucks, and they sell variations of their frozen, iced coffee drinks. Hot coffee is not advisable.