Posted September 25, 2018 12:38:57 The Texas specialty plates for the upcoming 2017-18 baseball season have been revealed.
They are the most popular among the baseball fans in the state and will go on sale this Friday.
The Texas Rangers and Texas Stars have already announced their 2018 and 2019 uniforms.
They will be the first to go on display in the Lone Star State this season.
“We are excited to announce the 2018 and 2022 Texas Ranger and Texas Star Uniforms.
Both will be available in the 2018 season, and will be a huge step in Texas sports history,” Texas Rangers Vice President of Marketing Mike Pacheco said in a statement.
“They are a tribute to our great baseball history and the state of Texas.
These new uniform designs are sure to add to our Texas sports legacy and will forever be a Texas treasure.”
The new uniforms will be worn during the Texas Rangers home games and at Rangers spring training games.
“It is exciting to have the Texas Ranger & Star logo as the uniform for our team,” Rangers catcher Austin Hedges said in the statement.
The 2017-2018 Texas Ranger uniform will feature a full-face helmet, visor, gloves, and a Texas Stars jersey.
“Our uniforms reflect the rich history of Texas, which is a part of the fabric of the state,” Texas Stars GM Doug Lesner said in an official statement.
This season, the Rangers will wear their new Texas Rangers’ cap, which will be featured prominently on the back of the uniform.
The new uniform also includes the logo for the Dallas Mavericks.
The Dallas Stars will wear a Texas Ranger jersey for the first time, as they join the Rangers in 2017-19.
This is the second time the Texas Stars will feature the Texas-designed logo on their uniforms.
The Rangers will also wear their original Texas Rangers logo, which was introduced in 2005.
“This new Texas Ranger, Stars & White uniform is an incredible tribute to the passion and dedication of the Texas fans, and we look forward to the opportunity to play our home games on the iconic uniforms,” Texas Ranger Executive Director and General Manager Doug Lefebvre said in his statement.