Over 1,500 compete in first Rangers Race

ARLINGTON, Texas—Over 1,500 individuals competed in the first-ever Rangers Race, which took place this morning at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and benefited the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation.

The category winners in the 5K race, which was run on the streets adjacent to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington:

  • Overall Men’s Winner: Logan Sherman, Dallas, 15:47.8
  • Overall Women’s Winner: Caroline Erlingson, Arlington, 19:13.9
  • Masters (Over 40) Men’s Winner: Todd Reynolds, Fort Worth, 18:04.9
  • Masters (Over 40) Women’s Winner: Cora Turner, Alvarado, 19:57.6

The above category winners will be recognized in a pre-game ceremony prior to the Rangers-Oakland A’s game on Wednesday, September 26 and will be provided with a suite for their use that evening.

Former Texas Rangers first baseman Pete O’Brien and the Texas Rangers Wives served as hosts of the Rangers Race, which is part of the Rangers Foundation’s commitment to increase youth fitness and help members of the community lead healthy lives. The race was coordinated by Rangers Enterprises and RunTIME Running Company.

About Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation: For 20 years, the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation has provided funding and programming to make the lives of children in North Texas better. The Foundation has given more than $11 million since 1991 to help youth in crisis, youth education, youth baseball, and youth health. More information can be found at: www.texasrangers.com/foundation.