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June 24, 2012

Rangers set sellout record; ticket availability for Tigers series

The Texas Rangers sold out their 22nd game of the season on Sunday night, the most in franchise history. They also passed the 1.5-million mark in attendance on their 35th home game, another club record.

"On behalf of the entire Rangers organization, I want to thank our tremendous fans for their support this season,” Rangers CEO and president Nolan Ryan said in a statement. “Playing to capacity crowds every night is a real home field advantage for the club, and this fan response is greatly appreciated."

The Rangers announced ticket availability for their upcoming series against the Tigers, as well. They have 8,700 tickets left for Monday; 7,300 for Tuesday; and 6,600 for Wednesday.

-- Drew Davison


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