In a major announcement, the Texas Rangers have unveiled Energy Transfer as their inaugural jersey patch sponsor in a multi-year deal. The Dallas-based energy infrastructure company has been a longtime sponsor of the team, with marketing efforts including in-stadium signage and network radio advertising.

As part of the partnership, Energy Transfer will now feature a circular patch on the right sleeve of all six Rangers jerseys, debuting in the season opener against the Cubs at Globe Life Field. The patch will be in Rangers blue on the four home kits and white on the two away kits.

MLB now has 19 teams entering the upcoming season with jersey contracts, all of whom must commit to a minimum three-year deal. This new venture marks a significant step in Rangers’ relationship with Energi Transfer and represents a continued effort to expand marketing initiatives with key partners.

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