3/23/2013 4:14 P.M. ET
Texas Rangers introduce the Kia Yuniverse for 2013
Special seating sections created for Yu Darvish's home starts
By / MLB.com
The Texas Rangers today announced the creation of special seating sections for Yu Darvsh's starts at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in 2013.
The KIA YUNIVERSE is being called the "most out-of-this-world sections in baseball."
All fans that purchase tickets in sections 201-208 on the dates that Darvish starts during the 2013 regular season will receive a complimentary KIA YUNIVERSE T-shirt and K-Card. The KIA YUNIVERSE T-shirts and K-Cards are yellow and black and will help create an enthusiastic rooting section on the dates of Darvish starts.
Fans can purchase tickets in the designated sections once it is announced when Darvish is starting at home by visiting texasrangers.com of calling 972-RANGERS.
Fans should note that the Rangers pitching rotation is always subject to change. In the event that Darvish has been scheduled to pitch and does not for any reason, all tickets are valid for that game and fans will receive the KIA YUNIVERSE T-shirts. There will be no ticket refunds or exchanges and the KIA YUNIVERSE tickets cannot be combined with any other offer. The T-shirts will be available in adult small, medium, large, and extra large.
For more information on the KIA YUNIVERSE and individual tickets for all 2013 Texas Rangers home games, please go to texasrangers.com.
The KIA YUNIVERSE is one of the elements in the Texas Rangers partnership with Kia Motors America, which also includes ballpark signage.
About Kia Motors America
Kia Motors America is the marketing and distribution arm of Kia Motors Corporation. KMA offers a complete line of vehicles through more than 765 dealers throughout the United States. In 2012, KMA recorded its best-ever annual sales total and gained U.S. market share for the 18th consecutive year. Kia is poised to continue its momentum and will continue to build the brand through design innovation, quality, value, advanced safety features and new technologies.
This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.