An artist rendering of the new baseball stadium for the Texas Rangers being designed by HKS of Dallas, shown at a press conference Thursday in Arlington.
An artist rendering of the new baseball stadium for the Texas Rangers being designed by HKS of Dallas, shown at a press conference Thursday in Arlington. Texas Rangers
An artist rendering of the new baseball stadium for the Texas Rangers being designed by HKS of Dallas, shown at a press conference Thursday in Arlington. Texas Rangers

Architects behind AT&T Stadium to design new ballpark for Texas Rangers

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