Last Wednesday, November 1, the Texas Rangers were crowned MLB World Series Champions for the first time in their history. The event was held in Phoenix, specifically at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. So, Adolis Garcia and company had to travel more than 1,000 miles to their home, Globe Life Field, to celebrate with their folks in Arlington.
The long-awaited return happened last Thursday, but the players could not share it with their fans until this Friday, November 3. World Series MVP Corey Seager and Championship Series MVP Adolise Garcia were expected to appear in the parade to greet their fans. It was like that.
The Texas Rangers celebrated with a parade
Thousands of fans lined up more than two miles to wait for the 2023 World Series champions, the Texas Rangers. They started on the south side of Globe Life Park and continued through AT&T Stadium, home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys. After the parade returns to the retractable-roof stadium it has called home since 2020, players will address fans in an outdoor ceremony.
The Texas Rangers were crowned in the Major Leagues for the first time since forming as a franchise in 1961. Five games were enough to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks and become the new champions of the Major Leagues. Solid performances from Corey Seager, Adolis Garcia and Marcus Siemian led the Texans to the top spot in the MLB.