Nearly 40,000 fans nudged their way into Globe Life Field on Monday for the Texas Rangers’ home opener, the largest crowd at a U.S. sporting event since coronavirus change the world.
It was different, in a good way depending on the number of antibodies coursing through fans’ bodies or the attitudes of those who just wanted to starting living again.
They crowd was fired up. The Rangers were fired up. They could feel the energy of playing in front of the largest crowd in Arlington since 2019.