The Rangers have yet to play a game at their brand new Globe Life Field in Arlington, but one of its parking lots was filled with thousands of cars Wednesday morning. They were part of a massive grocery giveaway from the Tarrant Area Food Bank.
The cars started lining up almost an hour before the food distribution was slated to start, and by 8 a.m., hundreds and hundreds of cars stretched across several lanes, blanketing the massive parking lot.
Members of the Texas Air National Guard ran the operation with military precision. Once the cars inched their way to the front of the line, a couple dozen airmen worked in teams to heft boxes off of pallets and load them into open trunks.