Bullpen coach Andy Hawkins signs a ball. The Rangers host autograph sessions with players and coaches on most Wednesday home games.
A food service employee prepares a "Boomstick," a 2-foot-long, one-pound hot dog topped with nacho cheese, jalapeños, chili and onions. The hot dog gets its name from the nickname Nelson Cruz gave to his bat.
Marek Piekarski, left, and Jeter Mariano climb on a fence before entering the game. Marek's father said the name Marek comes from combining Yankees great Mickey Mantle's last name with Yankees great Derek Jeter's first name.
Andrew looks out onto the field.
A cameraman uses cardboard to shield the sun from his monitor.
Christian plays with a mini baseball bat on the upper deck concourse behind home plate. He and his brother Andrew (not pictured) traveled with their parents to see a Rangers game. They plan to see all 30 stadiums by the time Christian graduates high school.
Fans stand for Derek Jeter's last ever at-bat against the Rangers.
Alejandro plays la guira and Misael plays el tambor at the game, They said the culture of playing music in support of a team is much more common at baseball stadiums in other countries but they want to encourage the practice in the U.S.
From left, Jessica, Tom, Linda, Turtle and Ray share a laugh on the outfield concourse.
The foul poles at Globe Life Park are the same ones used at Arlington Stadium, the former baseball stadium where the Rangers played from 1971 to 1993.
Braxton waits for Colby Lewis to finish his interview to see if he could get an autograph.