Signs such as these, offering fans the chance to “Take Home Half the Jackpot,” were carried around the stands last season at home games for the Texas Rangers. It was a way to promote the 50-50 charitable raffles — and give fans a chance to buy tickets from their seats.
Signs such as these, offering fans the chance to “Take Home Half the Jackpot,” were carried around the stands last season at home games for the Texas Rangers. It was a way to promote the 50-50 charitable raffles — and give fans a chance to buy tickets from their seats. Anna M. Tinsley Star-Telegram
Signs such as these, offering fans the chance to “Take Home Half the Jackpot,” were carried around the stands last season at home games for the Texas Rangers. It was a way to promote the 50-50 charitable raffles — and give fans a chance to buy tickets from their seats. Anna M. Tinsley Star-Telegram

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