Texas Rangers exec talks about Globe Life Field coming to life Globe Life Field, the Texas Rangers’ new $1.2 billion stadium, is starting to see some activity. Players are working out at the venue and about one-third of the front-office staff gathered there over the past week, according to Rob Matwick, the team’s executive vice president of business operations. In the newest installment of VenuesNow Digital Sessions, Matwick discussed the situation with the new ballpark and potential adjustments post-COVID-19 at the 40,500-seat facility. The state of Texas classified construction as essential work, since the stay-at-home orders were put in place in March, and other restrictions have been lifted, resulting in the Rangers slowly ramping their operation back up in Arlington. “Last week, we started batting practice on the field with a couple guys at a time,” Matwick said. “They’re allowed now to come in — if they live in the area — and use the weight room. […]
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