Rangers hit two million mark in attendance

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Texas Rangers surpassed the two million mark in home attendance Monday in their 46th game at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, the fastest the club has ever reached the mark.

Attendance at Rangers Ballpark for Monday's series opener between the Rangers and Boston Red Sox was 44,132.

Texas reached the two million mark in the 50th game in 1994. The Rangers didn't reach that plateau until their 55th game last year.

Texas entered Monday's game ranked second in the majors in attendance with an average of 43,608 fans per game. Philadelphia ranks first at 44,758 per game.