Texas Rangers equipment truck heads to Arizona for Spring Training
ARLINGTON, Texas - After a week of cold and ice here's a sign that warmer weather is on the way: The Texas Rangers equipment truck is on its way to Arizona for Spring Training.
The truck left from Globe Life Field around 12:30 p.m. Friday.
Pitchers and catchers report to Surprise, Arizona for Spring Training on Feb. 15.
The rest of the roster will report on Feb. 20.
Texas has not posted a winning record since 2016.
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There is hope around the Rangers after they revamped their rotation this offseason, adding ace Jacob deGrom, Nathan Eovaldi and Andrew Heaney.
In 2022, Rangers pitchers posted a 4.22 ERA, good for 22nd in the MLB.
Texas also hired 3-time World Series champ Bruce Bochy to be the team's new manager.
The Rangers first Spring Training game will be Feb. 25 against the Kansas City Royals.