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First pitch for Rangers home game on July 29 changed to 6:05 pm CDT


Detroit, Mich. - The Texas Rangers/Los Angeles Angels game on Monday, July 29 in Arlington has been changed to a 6:05 p.m. CDT start as part of its selection for a national television broadcast on ESPN.

The game will still be carried locally on both FS Southwest and ESPN 103.3 FM, although the ESPN television broadcast will not be blacked out in the Rangers and Angels territories.

With today's change, each of the Rangers' next two Monday home games will have a 6:05 p.m. CDT first pitch due to selections for national television broadcasts. Earlier this month, the club's game on Monday, July 22 against the New York Yankees was also changed to a 6:05 p.m. CDT first pitch. The Yankees game will also be carried by FS Southwest in Rangers television territories.

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