FOUNDERS KEEPERS: The Texas Rangers have sold nine of 10 Founders Suites at Globe Life Field. (Don Muret / Staff) Diversity of products at Globe Life Field widest in MLB, team says As of March 13, the Texas Rangers’ first regular-season game at Globe Life Field remained in flux due to the coronavirus outbreak, but team officials are in a good place. They’ve sold 80% of total premium seat inventory, said Joe Januszewski, the Rangers’ executive vice president and chief revenue and marketing officer. The new $1.2 billion retractable-roof stadium has 71 long-term suites, plus 2,200 club seats distributed among five lounges. The diversity of premium product is unmatched in Major League Baseball, Januszewski said, and a far cry from the offerings at Globe Life Park, the Rangers’ old open-air facility across the street. “We’re going from one club at the old park to five clubs in the new building, […]
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