Texas Rangers Odds
The Texas Rangers are one of six Major League Baseball teams that have never won a World Series title.
What are the odds that changes in the near future? When Texas eventually legalizes sports betting, that’s just one of the things bettors in the state can weigh in on.
See below for how to bet on Texas Rangers baseball, including the next Rangers game odds, Rangers World Series odds, and more.
Today’s Texas Rangers odds
See below for current Texas Rangers game lines available from online sportsbooks. Click any to go to that sportsbook, create an account and claim your sportsbook welcome bonuses.
Rangers World Series odds
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Corey Seager prop, MVP odds
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Best Texas Rangers betting apps
Because of the popularity of Major League Baseball, finding odds for Rangers games at any legal and regulated online sportsbook isn’t a problem. If you’re looking for the most popular options for MLB betting online, consider DraftKings, FanDuel and BetMGM.
- DraftKings Sportsbook: You’ll find a wide variety of game and player props with odds that update quickly. Additionally, you can find Texas Rangers futures bets for the World Series or the American League.
- FanDuel Sportsbook: FanDuel bettors have praised the sportsbook’s variety of prop bets and parlays. Its live betting options are popular, as well.
- BetMGM Sportsbook: The BetMGM app has one of the easiest approaches to building parlays and many pregame options for MLB bettors. BetMGM also has more futures options than FanDuel.
How to bet on the Rangers online
Newcomers to MLB betting will find that many of the most popular bets are similar to most other sports you will find at online sportsbooks. The main Texas Rangers betting odds you will find at TX betting sites (once legal) will be for moneylines, run lines, and totals.
- Texas Rangers run line bets: This is similar to a point spread bet in football or basketball. In this case, though, the line will be a standard 1.5 runs, and the odds will vary more than for point spread bets. If the underdog loses by one run or wins outright, then bettors who chose that side will win.
- Texas Rangers moneyline bets: Two teams play a game, and you bet on the one you think will win. The favorite will have negative odds, such as -145, while the underdog will be positive, like +220. You can also bet on the results of just the first 5 innings (F5 bets).
- Texas Rangers total bets: Also known as over/unders, these bets don’t require you to predict which team is going to win. Instead, you have a line for the total combined runs in the game. You can bet on whether the two teams will combine to score over or under that line.
Rangers team and player props
Betting on the Texas Rangers goes well beyond the moneyline, run line, and total. You can also bet on team and player props. Those include, among others:
- Pitcher total strikeouts: This is an over/under bet on how many batters a specific pitcher will strike out in a game.
- Player home runs: You are wagering on whether a specific player will homer in the game.
- Awards futures: Bet on who will win seasonal awards such as the MVP, Cy Young Award and more.
- Total wins: Another over/under bet, but this one is on how many games the Rangers (or another team) will win in the regular season.
Live betting on Texas Rangers games
Live betting, or in-game betting, lets you bet on a game after it’s already underway. The odds and betting lines will shift and update depending on what’s happening on the field.
The betting options typically include prop bets, such as if a team is going to hit a home run in the inning or what the result of the next at-bat will be. You can also bet on live moneylines, run lines, and over/unders, depending on which sportsbook you’re using.
Live betting allows for a level of engagement between the bettor, and the sport they are betting on that isn’t available elsewhere. Each sportsbook has its own level of focus on live betting, so we suggest you shop around until you find a book that best suits your needs.
Where do the Texas Rangers play their home games?
- Name: Globe Life Field
- Address: 734 Stadium Drive, Arlington, Texas
- Operator: Texas Rangers
- Capacity: 40,300
- Opening date: July 24, 2020
- Previous home fields and names: Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (1994-2019), Arlington Stadium (1972-93)
Betting tips for Globe Life Field
In its short history so far, Globe Life has been slightly more favorable to hitters than pitchers. If the trend holds, it would mean a bit of an adjustment for longtime fans, as the previous stadium — the Ballpark in Arlington — had a more hitter-friendly reputation.
Globe Life is 329 feet from home plate to the left field corner and 326 feet to right. At dead center, it’s 407 feet.
Who owns the Texas Rangers?
The ownership group that controls the Rangers — Rangers Baseball Express — includes oil magnates Ray Davis and Bob Simpson as co-chairmen, sports lawyer Chuck Greenberg as the managing general partner, and Neil Leibman as the club president.
Will Globe Life Park have a sportsbook?
Currently the Texas Rangers’ home stadium does not have a sportsbook, though that may change if the state decides to allow sports betting and the rules it decides on if that happens.
How to watch or listen to Texas Rangers games
You can find Texas Rangers games on Bally Sports Southwest, which is usually not available on most streaming platforms. It is available for Texas viewers who have services through Spectrum, DirecTV, Suddenlink or Grande Communications. If you aren’t in the area, you can use MLB.tv to stream Rangers games.
For those who would rather listen to the games on the radio, tune into 105.3 KRLD-FM. Eric Nadel and Matt Hicks are the broadcasters. For Spanish-language broadcasts, tune into 1270 KFLC-AM with Eleno Ornelas and Jose Guzman.
Rangers franchise leaders and retired numbers
The Texas Rangers may not have the most storied history among MLB clubs, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t had some players over the years who deserved to have their numbers retired. Here are the players and managers who have had that honor:
- No. 7, Ivan Rodriguez
- No. 10, Michael Young
- No. 26, Johnny Oates
- No. 29, Adrian Beltre
- No. 34, Nolan Ryan
- No. 42, Jackie Robinson (retired by all 30 MLB teams)
Below is a list of the Texas Rangers’ all-time franchise stat leaders in some key categories:
- Hits: Michael Young, 2,230
- Home runs: Juan Gonzalez, 372
- RBIs: Juan Gonzalez, 1,180
- Runs: Michael Young, 1,085
- Wins: Charlie Hough, 139
- ERA: Darold Knowles, 2.46
- Strikeouts: Charlie Hough, 1,452
- Saves: John Wetteland, 150