Rangers Ballpark takes aim at Target
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington provided the second-biggest upset in the first round of ESPN.com's Battle of the Ballparks bracket, knocking off Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium by less than one percent.
Milwaukee's Miller Park, the No. 24 seed, was the only stadium seeded lower than No. 21 Rangers Ballpark to reach the second round. More than 56,000 votes were cast in the RBIA-Kauffman matchup.
Rangers Ballpark now sets its sights on Minnesota's Target Field, the No. 5 seed, in the second round.
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