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Rangers 2015 Winter Caravan

The Texas Rangers return to San Antonio as part of the Rangers’ 2015 Winter Caravan. The team—who will take on the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third H-E-B Big League Weekend this March—will make appearances throughout the day including a morning military visit, mid-day stop at Methodist Children’s Hospital and an afternoon appearance at a local H-E-B (910 Kitty Hawk in Universal City at 3 pm). The following players and representatives will join the Rangers caravan in San Antonio: Jeff Banister (new Rangers manager for 2015), Steve Buechele (former player and now Rangers Bench Coach), Robinson Chirinos (catcher), Derek Holland (pitcher) and Matt Hicks (Rangers Fox Sports Southwest Television Broadcaster).

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