Home Plate Update December 2018 - Page 11

GLOBE LIFE FIELD FAST FACTS How Globe Life Field Compares to Globe Life Park GLOBE LIFE PARK GLOBE LIFE FIELD 1.4 MILLION 1.7 MILLION 49,000 40,000 18 IN. 20 IN. SQUARE FEET SEATS MINIMUM SEAT WIDTH 114 FT. SEATS MINIMUM SEAT WIDTH 230 FT. FROM FIELD LEVEL TO TOP OF ROOF 785 FT. X 807 FT. 785 FT. X 815 FT. 5 BALLPARK SEATING LEVELS 4 LENGTH OF EACH EXTERIOR SIDE 7 BALLPARK SEATING LEVELS 5 ENTRY POINTS ENTRY POINTS 42 FT. X 120 FT. 58 FT. X 150 FT. MAIN VIDEO BOARD SIZE 34 FT. X 94 FT. SECONDARY VIDEO SIZE 4 MAIN VIDEO BOARD SIZE 40 FT. X 120 FT. SECONDARY VIDEO SIZE 6 PREMIUM CLUBS PREMIUM CLUBS 33" TREAD WIDTH 34" TREAD WIDTH 32 TREAD WIDTH 33 TREAD WIDTH IN LOWER BOWL IN UPPER BOAL EXPERTS SQUARE FEET FROM FIELD LEVEL TO TOP OF ROOF LENGTH OF EACH EXTERIOR SIDE ASK the IN LOWER BOWL IN UPPER BOAL JOHN BLAKE Texas Rangers' Executive Vice President, Communications The City of Arlington’s Office of Communication recently talked to John Blake with the Texas Rangers for the latest episode of Ask the Experts on MyArlingtonTV, a quarterly program about the progress being made at the future Globe Life Field in The American Dream City. Blake, who was appointed executive vice president communications in November 2008, oversees all the club's communications efforts, including the areas of media and player relations, broadcasting, publications and updates related to Globe Life Field. His communications staff collaborates with the City of Arlington’s Office of Communication to provide content for each Home Plate Update publication. He was the recipient of the 1993 Robert O. Fishel Award from Major League Baseball for public relations excellence and the 2004 Harold McKinney Good Guy Award from the Dallas-Fort Worth BBWAA chapter. Blake was elected to the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame in 1995. 11