"We love the Rangers," said Rachael Wilkinson, of Arlington. "It’s my dream to just be out on the field."
The event fell on one young Rangers fan’s birthday, and he wouldn’t have wanted to celebrate it any other way.
"My son wanted the sleepover as his birthday present," said Orlando Navarro, whose son turned 9 years old on Thursday.
"I think it’s great we get to bring the fans together and support the team even though the Rangers aren’t playing at home," FOX Sports Southwest Girl Liddy said. "It’s like a game day experience. It’s a great way for families to come out and celebrate the Fourth of July."