The Texas Rangers downed the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday night and in doing so secured the first World Series title in franchise history. This, of course, means a triumphant return to Arlington, and, in keeping with tradition, a championship parade awaits them on Friday
The team and staff returned to the Dallas area on Thursday but no immediate public celebration was scheduled because of "space and security issues." Instead, the City of Arlington will hold a parade for the newly crowned champions on Friday, Nov. 3. Now for the full details.
Rangers World Series parade details
Date: Friday, Nov. 3 | Time: 1:15 p.m. ET (12:15 p.m. CT)
Where: Arlington Entertainment District (full route below)
TV channel: MLB Network | Live stream: fubo (try for free)
Local updates: CBS News Texas
Here's a complete look at the parade route:
"It's special. I'm not going to lie. It's special to come here in my first year with a team that was determined to play winning baseball and had never won a championship," manager Bruce Bochy said after the championship-clinching win. "But as far as me, that's a byproduct of what those guys did out there and what the front office did. I was along for the ride, trust me. I was very fortunate and blessed to be able to get back into baseball in this type of a situation."
Rangers World Series championship gear now available
The Rangers have won thier first World Series title in five games over the Diamondbacks. Texas hadn't even had a winning season since 2016, making the 2023 World Series title even sweeter. You can already get Rangers World Series championship hoodies, t-shirts, hats, autographed baseballs, and more. Grab your piece of history before it's gone here.
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