ARLINGTON Simply over half a century earlier, former Arlington mayor Tom Vandergriff combated to bring Major Organization Baseball to the Metroplex. Ever since, the Rangers have been instilled in the community, not just in Arlington, but throughout the link in between the Rangers and the area was re-energized on Friday early morning, as the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, the City of Arlington and Mayor Jim Ross, MLB Charities and Corey and Mady Seager signed up with pressures for the revolutionary occasion of the All-Star Tradition Task at Senter Park, located less than three miles from Globe Life Area, will certainly undergo a transformative renovation, with the ribbon-cutting occurring throughout All-Star Week in Arlington this Brown, senior vice president of social duty for Big league Baseball, emphasized the relevance of jobs like this in MLB cities throughout the country. " It such a satisfaction to be here in Arlington, the home of the Globe Series champs Texas Rangers," Brown said. "We were right here for the Globe Collection last fall. We reached do our legacy programming, which is the work that we do off the area. It Major Organization Baseball, along with our host clubs and with our nonprofit partners, that we're able to function off the area to minimize equity spaces and to assist those that reside in the areas where we play our sporting activity. " This coming July for All-Star, it will certainly be relabelled and it will certainly be restored. It will certainly be the same historic beacons, with some terrific new touches to it Rangers Store. It will be outstanding for the youth to step on to these fields, seek their dreams, enjoy, have a good time with exercise that we encourage and to do the sporting activity that we enjoy. " below in Arlington for the groundbreaking for All-Star Legacy Park and the Corey Seager batting cages The Rangers and MLB are totally refurbishing Senter Park near Globe Life Area