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Downloads

This page has a few downloads that you can use on your computer.  Enjoy!  For those that don’t know, the zip files on this page require the use of an unarchiver, such as Winzip or PKZip.   The Real Player files on this page require Real Player, which is free. The newest files in each section will be listed first, although this section hasn’t been updated in many years now. I’ve actually contemplated taking it down, but I leave it here for historical purposes.

Files by others
Miscellaneous Files
sweep.zip (260k) A wav file of the “Sweep” chant the Rangers fans were doing on Sunday May 2, 2004
99setup.exe (1422k) The 1999 Ranger Screensaver (for the PC – If you have problems downloading, right click and select “Save As”)
99schedule.pdf (26k) The 1999 Ranger Schedule in .pdf format.   Requires the Adobe Acrobat reader, which is free.
rngrss98.zip (1373k) The 1998 Texas Rangers Screen Saver (for the PC).
natural.zip (557k) The Theme from The Natural (better known as The Ranger Home Run Theme) in wav format.
intro1.zip (174k) I’m not quite sure what this is called.   It’s the song that’s played right before “Fools Shine On”.  It’s a wav file.
foolshine.zip (537k) “And Fools Shine On” by Brother Cane in Real Player format.  This is the song the Rangers played when they took the field in 1998. Requires the Real Player G2, which is free.
DMN Wallpapers.zip (815k) Various computer wallpaper images of the Rangers from the Dallas Morning News
Video Files
bengrieve_rm.zip (762k) 1999 Ben Grieve A’s TV commercial in Real Player format.  (352×240)
bengrieve_mpg.zip (4603k) 1999 Ben Grieve A’s TV commercial in mpg format.  (352×240)
sugar_rm.zip (752k) 1999 Pudge/Helling “sugar” TV commercial in Real Player format.  (352×240)
sugar_mpg.zip (4545k) 1999 Pudge/Helling “sugar” TV commercial in mpg format.  (352×240)
ryanbasketball_rm.zip (754k) 1999 Nolan Ryan “basketball” TV commercial in Real Player format.  (352×240)
ryanbasketball_mpg.zip (4520k) 1999 Nolan Ryan “basketball” TV commercial in mpg format.  (352×240)
wettbike_rm.zip (828k) 1999 John Wetteland “bicycle closer” TV commercial in Real Player format.  (352×240)
wettbike_mpg.zip (4520k) 1999 John Wetteland “bicycle closer” TV commercial in mpg format.  (352×240)
oatesbday_rm.zip (577k) 1999 Johnny Oates “birthday wish” TV commercial in Real Player format.  (352×240)
oatesbday_mpg.zip (4641k) 1999 Johnny Oates “birthday wish” TV commercial in mpg format. (352×240)
clubh_rm.zip (576k) 1999 Rafael Palmeiro “clubhouse” TV commercial in Real Player format. (352×240)
clubh_mpg.zip (4608k) 1999 Rafael Palmeiro “clubhouse” TV commercial in mpg format. (352×240)
hotdog98.rm (813k) 1998 Johnny Oates / Molly “Hot Dog” TV commercial in Real Player G2 format. (352×240)
hotdog98.mpg (4792k) 1998 Johnny Oates / Molly “Hot Dog” TV commercial in MPG format. (352×240)
paperboy.rm (809k) 1998 Juan Gonzalez “Paperboy” TV commercial Real Player G2 format. (352×240)
paperboy.mpg (4936k) 1998 Juan Gonzalez “Paperboy” TV commercial MPG format. (352×240)
rusty1_rm.zip (825k) 1998 Rusty Greer “charity” TV commercial in Real Player format. (352×240)
rusty1_mpg.zip (4627k) 1998 Rusty Greer “charity” TV commercial in mpg format. (352×240)
pudgecoke_rm.zip (846k) 1998 Pudge Rodriguez Coca-Cola TV commercial in Real Player format. (352×240)
pudgecoke_mpg.zip (4653k) 1998 Pudge Rodriguez Coca-Cola TV commercial in mpg format. (352×240)
ballpark_qtvr.mov (710k) QuickTime VR Tour of the Ballpark.  Requires the QuickTime Player. (doesn’t work in Windows Media Player – if you are having problems downloading this, right click and select “Save Link as”..)
My own files
scorecard.zip (11k) My own creation.  This is a printable scorecard you can use while at the ballpark.  Requires Microsoft Publisher 98.I created this because I got tired of giving the Rangers $3 or $4 just because I wanted to score the game.  Their program doesn’t change much through the season, so you don’t really need theirs.  Just print this out and take it with you.   If you use this, please let me know.  I don’t want anything for it, I’d just like to know that someone is using it.  Thanks!