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The Texas Rangers started their franchise as the Washington Senators. The franchise was like the ‘reincarnation’ of the Senators in 1961 after the original team moved to Washington. But this new Senators lasted only for a decade as they eventually moved to Texas to become The Texas Rangers. In fact, Washington D.C. has owned six original franchises, but it is a common trend for franchises that have lost their fan bases to move out. The second generation of Washington Senators was similar to their previous one – starting the first decade with one losing season after another. They had a good run in 1969 giving them a winning record with a fourth place finish in the American League. The next two seasons saw them suffer. Bob Short, the owner back then, sealed a deal that will move the Senators to Texas and in 1972, the franchise played as Texas Rangers. The last game of the Senators in D.C. was a lost because of forfeit. The Rangers picked up where the Senators left with small success. The success came in 1974 when the team finished second behind the West Division champs Oakland A’s and Jeff Burroughs of the Rangers was named the MVP of the regular season. The 1980s saw them with mediocre showing. A breakthrough came during the 1996 season when the rangers captured their first West Division title. The success continued as they won division titles in 1998 and in 1999, but with little success in the playoffs.
In 2010, the Rangers did not disappoint as they captured the division title again and led them to achieve their first AL pennant. However, they lost to the San Francisco Giants in the World Series. They repeated this feat in 2011 getting the division title and AL pennant, but lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series. They barged into the playoffs in 2012 as a wild card team.
As the Senators, the team played in Griffith Park for a season and the remaining years at the RFK Stadium. As the Rangers, the team played their home games at the Arlington Stadium from 1972 to 1993. They moved to the new Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in 2004 (it had different names from 1994 to 2006). It was named The Ballpark in Arlington from 1993 to 2004 then the Ameriquest Field in Arlington from 2004 to 2006. This complex features an office building, youth baseball park and recreational parks including a lake. The playing field is composed of Bermuda Tifway 419, which is a native grass in Texas.