If you've got some spare cash, want to sit in cushy high back chairs, only 52 feet from home plate, the Rangers have the seat for you.  Nolan Ryan talked to us today about 4 million dollars worth of upgrades at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. 

The Rangers say this new section of 88 seats behind home plate is nearly sold out to season ticket holders and wouldn't tell us the price, but say some will be available on the day of the game, so make sure to check at the box office.  

I love how the Rangers constructed a brick facade in front of the lower stands.  They are made of red brick, and it looks very similar to the famous backstop at Wrigley Field.   Catchers beware, any passed ball or wild pitch will now shoot right back at them. 

I have a feeling the most popular upgrade will be a new scoreboard....in LEFT FIELD!
Can you hear the cheers from the right field home run porch already?  Those poor people have been deprived of any jumbo tron replays since the park was built but finally get a scoreboard they can see.  The new high definition screen will take the place of the old manual out of town scoreboard on the left field fence. 

Make sure to check out my story during the sports at 9pm on the 33 News for more of the 4 million dollar upgrades.