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Rangers’ Super Bowl ad reminds fans baseball is coming out of hibernation

The Texas Rangers will debut a new commercial Sunday, February 4th, during Super Bowl LII. The Rangers once again teamed up with Dallas-based TM Advertising and production company charlieuniformtango on the spot which features an unexpected way to welcome the beginning of baseball season.
The Texas Rangers will debut a new commercial Sunday, February 4th, during Super Bowl LII. The Rangers once again teamed up with Dallas-based TM Advertising and production company charlieuniformtango on the spot which features an unexpected way to welcome the beginning of baseball season. Courtesy of Texas Rangers

The official end of football season once again has emerged as the perfect time for the Texas Rangers to remind fans and potential season-ticket holders that baseball season is about to start.

The Rangers will again air a commercial Sunday during the Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles (KXAS/Channel 5). The theme of the spot is a baseball fan coming out of hibernation and waking up to the thawing out that precedes a baseball season.

With the commercial comes a ticket offer in which fans can again buy 12 games for the price of 10. One of those freebies is Opening Day, March 29 against the Houston Astros.

The offer will run from Sunday morning until 11:59 p.m. Monday. Visit texasrangers.com/BaseballTime.

Rangers pitchers and catchers report to spring training Feb. 14, and the first full squad workout is scheduled for Feb. 20.

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