^^ Why? The arena looks new, if you're talking about the one in the pic.
New? The arena was built in 1980.^^ Why? The arena looks new, if you're talking about the one in the pic.
The Reunion Arena in Dallas, Texas has passed away last Tuesday in a controlled demolition.
There could be some room there... but best believe, Tarrant County will fight that.Rumors that a new ballpark for the Rangers would be built on the Reunion Arena site next decade perhaps.
Well, it's not really anyone of us getting rid of it just because. The ballpark's lease expires 10 years from now and it will be 30 years old by then. We're not wanting the Ballpark to get demolished, it's just that given the fact that not many parks built after 1920 and before 1990 are still around, we're just being realistic.A new ballpark for the Texas Rangers (on the Reunion Arena site)? I know what you're suggesting. First we are getting rid of Turner Field in Atlanta, and now we have to get rid of the Ballpark in Arlington? Why don't we just get rid of all of the retro-classic ballparks?
They could, but will they? Hell, Texas may not even have the same ownership by then (wasn't that long ago when Mark Cuban and Nolan Ryan were playing tug of war with this club)Well, when the lease of the current ballpark expires, why can't they just renew the lease and/or make any upgrades to the existing ballpark rather than just go for a new ballpark (especially a new ballpark that isn't retro-classic)?
And there are few people in DFW who want it to be.I don't think The Ballpark in Arlington will be demolished anytime soon.
Well... you could always start one. It is a good topic of discussion.Alright, I'll have to end this discussion on any potential new Texas Rangers ballpark on this thread before it gets heated.
Well, it doesn't look like it will be around for its 30th birthday.I don't think The Ballpark in Arlington will be demolished anytime soon.
The sad thing about rumors is that they're about something you think may never happen will actually happen sometime in the future.