Get the Scoop on Globe Life Field Construction and More in Latest ‘Home Plate Update’

It’s always baseball time in Arlington, Texas!

At the Park with Chuck is an all-new series on MyArlingtonTV that offers Rangers fans a behind-the-scenes look at Globe Life Field construction, fan events and the progress being made at the Texas Live! entertainment complex. The show is hosted by Chuck Morgan, the team’s Executive Vice President of Ballpark Entertainment and Productions and Public Address Announcer.

You can catch the first three episodes of  At the Park with Chuck, including a peek into the 60-foot-deep pit where the rectractable-roof ballpark will soon sitin the latest edition of the Home Plate Update, a joint project by the City of Arlington’s Office of Communications and the Texas Rangers.

This quarterly publication is dedicated to informing citizens about everything happening with the ballpark and Texas Live! development. Every edition will be produced in a digital format, allowing for layers of additional content like videos, graphics, links to websites and project documents, and other supporting materials.

In this fifth edition, you can also read about Arlington’s bond sale to fund the public contribution to the ballpark, learn about former Mayor Richard Greene’s role in keeping the Rangers in Arlington, and hear Senior Vice President of Project Development Jack Hill talk about the latest progress on $1.1 billion Globe Life Field construction.

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  1. Question: Globe Life Field was pitched as a convertible real grass field. It is looking more and more like the organization is planning to put fake turf in. Should this occur does the city have any grounds for legal recourse?

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