Baseball fans everywhere are bashing the Texas Rangers and the new photos of Globe Life Field’s design.
With Major League Baseball set to return in late July, it’s still unclear how long Texas Rangers fans are going to have to wait before they can make their way to the team’s beautiful new stadium. MLB’s plans have been for no fans (for now) to be allowed to watch the games in person, but Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said that they could attend at 25 percent capacity.
Either way, despite all the excitement surrounding the Rangers’ new Globe Life Field, the internet warriors went ahead and had a field day in trolling the team after a new picture went up showcasing the outside of the monstrous facility.
I hadn’t seen exterior shots of the new Rangers Ballpark yet.
Holy cow, is this thing ugly. It looks like a warehouse for road salt. pic.twitter.com/bCGPH1Z2co
— Kevin Kaduk, Midway Minute (@KevinKaduk) June 24, 2020
Twitter trolls aren’t holding back going at the Texas Rangers
The hate didn’t stop there, though. Indeed, the Rangers public relations team is probably feeling terrible right now after seeing all of the bashing they’re getting right now. People on Twitter can be so mean… and accurate we might add.
Pretty sure this is actually just a factory where they make 18-wheelers and shipping containers https://t.co/PmlgvzAGsJ
— Joe (@JoeRiveraSN) June 24, 2020
Look on my shed, ye mighty, and despair https://t.co/7bhYHxYBtZ
— Patrick Dubuque (@euqubud) June 24, 2020
feels like you could manipulate the hinge on the right to make the ballpark act like a talking clam https://t.co/odX59AKD8C
— Grant Brisbee (@GrantBrisbee) June 24, 2020
Come on down to the Rangers’ Good-Time Family Baseball Barn! Bring your kids to see Big Joey Gallo, or take them on a spooktacular trip through the Haunted Bullpen! https://t.co/a3jxfHTg7Q
— Jon Tayler, Smiling Politely (@JATayler) June 24, 2020
The tweets above are only a small sample size of what’s been said on Wednesday. If you’re a Rangers player, or fan, you should probably stay off Twitter for the rest of the day.