While visiting Globe Life Park, spectators can take a stroll on Nolan Ryan Expressway, which was constructed in honor of Ryan's all-time strikeout record, and the Rangers Walk of Fame. The Walk of Fame is a beautiful brick walk, which is divided into panels commemorating every Rangers team from 1972-2000. Fans, who wish to be part of the history, may purchase a brick for inscription. Inside the ballpark, a variety of treasures await. Legends of the Game Baseball Museum, which measures 17,000 sq. ft., features more than 1,000 baseball artifacts. Inside, fans will enjoy well over 100 items, which are currently on loan from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in addition to a large theater and auditorium. Also inside is a children's learning center and a Dr. Pepper Youth Ballpark, which is designed specifically for youth leagues.
Globe Life Park was host to the 1995 All-Star Game. In 1997, bronzed full size statues were erected in honor of Nolan Ryan and Tom Vandergriff. Because of their significant roles in Rangers history, Ryan and Vandergriff were the subjects of sculptor, Toby Mendez for inclusion in Vandergriff Plaza at Globe Life Park.
In May 2004, the Texas Rangers and Ameriquest Mortgage Company teamed up, which is when the field was renamed from the Ballpark at Arlington to Ameriquest Field in Arlington. The agreement was a 30 year and $75 million promise, which included the naming rights.
An impressive 270 acre, 1,400,000 sq. ft. massive ballpark awaits fans of the Texas Rangers. A natural grass playing field, some of the closest seats to the action in Major League Baseball, 120 suites and one of the most detailed scoreboards are among the amenities at Globe Life Park.