Price per Head Sportsbooks: Texas Rangers apologize for trash left on statue

Texas RangersThe Texas Rangers apologized for the trash that built up on the “Rangers Fans” statue as fans were entering on Opening Day, and price per head sportsbooks were shocked to learn about this.

The statue, honoring all Rangers fans with a depiction of the late Shannon Stone and his son, Cooper, had beer cans and other junk piled up on it before their game on Monday. Price per head sportsbooks learned that a picture circulated on several social media sites showing the trash on the statue.

Pay per head services remember that in 2011, Stone died at the ballpark as he was trying to reach for a ball thrown to him as a souvenir by Josh Hamilton, and he fell over the railing in the outfield. Cooper, his son, was at the game with him. The statue was unveiled before the 2012 season.

“The Rangers certainly regret and apologize for the trash that accumulated on the Rangers Fans statue at the home plate gate this afternoon,” the Rangers said in a statement.

“With thousands of Opening Day fans, many of whom had been tailgating, entering the park in the 30 minutes before game time, large amounts of cans, bottles, and other items that are prohibited in the park, accumulated at all entrances.

“Numerous clean up calls came into the maintenance department in this period, and the club utilized a large number of employees to continually remove the vast amount of trash that was accumulating.”

Pay per head services saw that the apology was posted to the Rangers’ Twitter account, as well as a promise to make sure that it doesn’t happen again.

The debris on the statue was removed in a timely manner but it should not have been allowed to be placed there in the first place. Cont.

– Texas Rangers (@Rangers) April 1, 2014

The Rangers Fans statue is a cherished component of the ballpark & the club will make certain this situation does not occur in the future.

– Texas Rangers (@Rangers) April 1, 2014

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Price per head sportsbooks believe that throwing trash all over ballparks is nasty enough, but this incident takes fan irresponsibility to another level, and hopefully something like this won’t happen again.