We know the Texas Rangers are upgrading the scoreboards and videoboards at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington for the 2011 season, but yesterday Managing Partner and CEO Chuck Greenberg outlined additional changes to the ballpark.
We’ve already reported on the biggest changes — the audio/video upgrades — here, but more changes are in store, for a total cost of $13 million. First, more than 800 high-definition boards will be installed throughout the ballpark, allowing fans to keep track of the game when they’re waiting in line at concession stands or walking the concourse. (All the videoboards and signage will be controlled from a new $4 million media room.) Second, the fitness room for the players is being doubled in size.
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