Found May 31, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
This season, I have decided to use off-days as a time to introduce you to some of the great people I’ve met because of the Rangers and social media.  These are people I watch every game “with” via twitter.  I’ve tried watching without my Twitter family, and let me tell you it’s just not the same.  //// Now, let’s meet Lisa Wilkinson of Caddo, Oklahoma. When and how did you first become a Rangers fan? I remember sitting at games in the old ballpark when I was 5 – back when they gave out the cool helmets that had the ice cream in them.  I didn’t like ice cream, but I always wanted the helmets. When I was 7, my first grade class project for every one to write a book about what they wanted to be when they grew up – we had to type them on old Mac Apple 1 computers and illustrate and bind them.  In the middle of Humbolt AZ, I was the kid who wrote the book on how I was going to be the first girl pitcher for the Texas Rangers when I grew up. I guess it’s safe to say I’ve been true Ranger
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