The Texas Rangers have a new ballpark.
It looks like a roasting pan. One of those disposable aluminum pans you buy for a Thanksgiving turkey. Except it’s flipped upside down.
Twitter had a field day with it.
The Rangers released a hype video for Globe Life Field on Tuesday. Make sure you turn it “all the way up.”
Twitter mostly ignored the hype music imported from the waiting room of a ’90s day spa, instead opting to bask in the warehouse/gas grill/industrial revolution-chic look of it all.
As you can see here, the reality didn’t quite live up to the artist rendering.
Most of these speak for themselves.
Smart of the Rangers to future-proof their new stadium... pic.twitter.com/YJ0Ijmx1zM— Bryan (@NachoHelmet) June 24, 2020
I hadn’t seen exterior shots of the new Rangers Ballpark yet.— Kevin Kaduk, Midway Minute (@KevinKaduk) June 24, 2020
Holy cow, is this thing ugly. It looks like a warehouse for road salt. pic.twitter.com/bCGPH1Z2co
Bad break for Scottish economy as Tennant's Lager factory moves to Texas https://t.co/de270e7Iuh— Bat Flips and Nerds (@batflips_nerds) June 24, 2020
say what you want about the design, but if there's ever a nuclear disaster on the field, they'll be able to contain it immediately pic.twitter.com/dybRBK8Nmv— Rob Arthur (@No_Little_Plans) June 24, 2020
Everyone seems to love the Texas Rangers’ new stadium. pic.twitter.com/uaA9LrbtpT— Dave Schilling (@dave_schilling) June 24, 2020
This is the steakhouse where you pick the cow you want to eat https://t.co/vFZhqa8WtB— dolphin pilot (@TheAmitie) June 24, 2020
Silver Kanye approves.
Sometimes Twitter is a good place. This is one of those times.
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