FOOTBALL IN THE PARK: The Dallas Renegades’ XFL opener at Globe Life Park on Feb. 9 was one of three home games they played before the season was canceled because of COVID-19. (Courtesy Texas Rangers) XFL cancellation a blow, but soccer deal remains in place ARLINGTON, Texas — Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers remain committed to keeping their old stadium, Globe Life Park, open even after COVID-19 has shut down all sports and entertainment venues across North America. Globe Life Park opened in 1994 and sits across the street from Globe Life Field, the team’s new $1.2 billion ballpark. The older venue was repurposed for the XFL Dallas Renegades and USL League One’s North Texas SC, which is affiliated with Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas. The question over when both minor league teams resume play remains unanswered due to the pandemic. On April 13, the XFL, owned by WWE Chairman […]
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