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- Newspaper headlines of historic Rangers games from 1971 onwards
- Free gold embossing and leatherette hardcover binding
- Features genuine articles as originally reported by the Dallas Morning News
- Each page features 12.5 x 15 inches (newspaper size) of premium content
- Protect your historic Texas Rangers memorabilia for years to come with a premium gift box
Revisit your favorite Rangers moments in this must-have Texas Rangers books, filled with fascinating Dallas Morning News coverage on the team’s biggest events and star players! You can read through the most memorable moments in the franchise’s history up until the present season, starting with 1971, the year in which the team had its last season as the Washington Senators before moving to Arlington. This Texas Rangers memorabilia is a perfect gift for any fan, especially since it can be personalized with any Name and Message.
The Washington Senators joined the Major Leagues as an expansion team in 1961, facing some incredible losses at the start of their involvement. They lost over 100 games in each of their four seasons and recording losing seasons in ten of their eleven seasons in the capital. The Senators became the Rangers when the franchise moved to Texas in 1971, but life still started out hard! Fans would have to wait until the 1990s before the team saw any real successes. The greatest period in Rangers history came in the 2010 and 2011 seasons, when the team reached two consecutive World Series.
To see which of the Rangers’ biggest moments are featured in this newspaper book, take a look at the contents.
Personalizing Your Rangers Book
The person you’re buying for will feel truly special as you can include their Name on the opening page of the book along with a personalized Message. What’s more, their name will be embossed on the leatherette cover free of charge.
Please do not use accents or symbols/emojis as we cannot print these. Be sure to double check your name and message.