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  • Rangers Hotels for Away Series'

    Here is a link that has the hotels the Rangers stay in when they visit other cities. The hotels are listed by city.
    http://www.fromthisseat.com/index.ph...-rangers/16797
    Met Pujols in 2008 when we stayed in the Cardinal's hotel in Cincinnati. You see players walking around the entire weekend at the hotel. Safe travels.
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    Baltimore: Renaissance Harborplace
    Boston: Sheraton Boston
    Chicago: Westin
    Cleveland: Marriott Key Center
    Detroit: The Atheneum
    Kansas City: The Fairmont
    L.A.-Anaheim: Doubletree
    Minnesota: Marriott City Center
    New York: Hilton New York
    Oakland: Westin St. Francis
    Seattle: Elliott Grand Hyatt
    Tampa Bay: Renaissance Vinoy
    Toronto: Toronto Hilton

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    • #3
      I wonder how long it will be (next season?) before Tokyo is added to the away hospitality list.

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      • #4
        Damn last year when I went to Seattle we walked past that Hotel almost ever night.
        President and CEO of the Montana Texas Ranger fan club!

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        • #5
          Reminds me of when I went to a Rangers game in Baltimore a few years back and got the complete run-around on their hotel. Waited outside the wrong one for an hour, and all I wanted to do was wave to the players.
          Sixty percent of the time, I'm right every time.

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          • #6
            What hotel in Houston?

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            • #7
              What hotels do the teams stay in when they are in Texas?

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              • #8
                Since the last post on this thread is over a year old I was wondering if anyone knew where they stay in Houston. Thanks!!!

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                • #9
                  I think they fly home after the game and then fly back down again in time for the next game.
                  When a team is at the bottom, the problem is usually at the top.

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