- Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 140mm x 213mm x 25mm | 499g
- Publication date: 1 April 2012
- Publication City/Country: Chicago, IL
- ISBN 10: 1600786421
- ISBN 13: 9781600786426
Being a Rangers fan is about more than watching the team win the big game, and this book helps fans get the most out of it. Taking 40 years of Rangers history, the book distills it to the absolute best and most compelling moments, identifying the personalities, events, and facts every Rangers fan should know without hesitation. Numbers with huge import, such as 8, 34, and 1972; nicknames such as Pudge, Juan Gone, and Ryan Express; plus memorable moments, singular achievements, and signature calls all highlight the list. Experiences are another important part of the fabric of being a fan, so the book also includes things Rangers fans should actually see and do before they join Billy Martin and others at the Pearly Gates. From having a brew at the best Rangers bars in Texas to discovering the boyhood home of Nolan Ryan and finding the best food at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, this book contains numerous tips and suggestions for enjoying all aspects of Rangers fandom.
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Rusty Burson is a former newspaper reporter and feature writer and is the current associate editor of "12th Man Magazine" as well as the senior development officer for the 12th Man Foundation at Texas A&M University. He is the author of "What It Means to Be an Aggie." He lives in College Station, Texas.