The Texas Live! Lonestars pose for a photo before the World Series victory parade in Arlington Nov. 3.
The Texas Live! Lonestars
The Texas Live! Lonestars interact with a young fan before the Rangers victory parade Nov. 3.
"My favorite memory with the Texas Rangers is Game 6 of the 2010 ALCS. I was 10 years old at the old ballpark, watching the Rangers clinch for the first time and go to the World Series."
Karina and Daniel Valenzuela
"When I was my son's age, my dad would bring us out to the ballpark...now my family's all a Rangers fan," Karina Valenzuela said. "And now I get to do that and he [her son] can have the experience that I'm having for the first time—them winning the World Series. So, it's pretty awesome that I get to share it with my son."
"[I am] very excited." Daniel said. "Go Rangers!"
Miss Arlington Teen Macie Krause
"I think my favorite Rangers memory is Opening Day and being able to come with my family and friends, and just be around the energy and have so much fun."
Bryan Gaona and Justin Nevarez
"All my favorite memories? I don't remember 'cause I was drinking," Bryan Gaona said laughing. "I don't know. First World Series game I guess in 2010. It would be my favorite one. We made it—they lost, but we made it."
"One of my favorite memories was whenever I came to my first Rangers game with my mom whenever I was 12...and it was just the most fun time," Justin Nevarez said. "We love coming to Rangers games...we come to at least two-to-three games every single month whenever we're in season, and I love her and she's actually the reason why I'm a Rangers fan."
"When I was a lot younger, I would go with my family—especially my dad—to the old ballpark. This was during our 2011 World Series run, and I remember they would let us hit balls in the back and that was just a lot of fun 'cause I got to spend time with my family, I got to meet some players, I got some souvenirs...it was amazing."
Fan Ron Warmoth
Fan Ron Warmoth smiles ahead of the historical World Series victory parade in Arlington Nov. 3.
Cayce Coon and Melissa Fuller
"Favorite memory would just be growing up as a Rangers fan, watching them with my family, waiting a long time to win," said Cayce Coon. "That run in '10 and '11 were amazing. Little bit of a wait, but here we are again. It was worth it.
"My favorite memory is coming with my mom. I come every April—opening season, let's do this—and celebrate her birthday and eat Cracker Jacks and popcorn, and just hanging out with fam," said Melissa Fuller. "I love baseball...it's a lot of fun."
Kevin Sartain, Britni Sartain, and their children Laikin and Linzli
"I guess going to the Rangers game—when we were younger—against Boston and Rangers coming out on top and winning the game was a lot of fun," said Kevin Sartain.
"I've grown up going to baseball games and Rangers have always been our favorite," Britni Sartain said.
When asked who his favorite player way, Laikin wasted no time saying, "Corey Seager!"
Haley Goad and Hayden Schmidt
"There's so many," Haley Goad said. "But Derek Holland's rookie year is what really got me into the Rangers, he was my very first autograph and ever since then I've just been collecting autographs and coming to games all the time. Thank you to Derek Holland, big time."
"Obviously, winning the World Series was great, but I think for me, the Nelson Cruz grand slam in 2011 to beat Detroit was pretty awesome," said Hayden Schmidt, who never explained why he decided to go shirtless.
Globe Life Field
The stadium has never seen such an audience.
Your CBS News Texas crew!
Bill Jones, Doug Dunbar, Nicole Baker and Scott Padgett all gather for a photo outside Globe Life Field!
Alec Fedro and Michael Stevenson
"My favorite memory has to be the final out," Alec Fedro said. "That curve-called strike, man, I was half-a-second in front of everybody, I was screaming at the ball. I was...I cried, I cried like a little kid...we finally did it."
"It might Roogie's punch, it's gotta be Roogie's punch. It was a beautiful moment," said Michael Stevenson. "Roogie standing for the team."
Paloma Baptista, Timothy McMillian and their daughter Piper
"Our first favorite memories was going to the game together while she was pregnant back in 2015...that was probably our favorite memory," said Timothy McMillian.
"Big-bump belly, yes," said Paloma Bapista jokingly.
"Big belly and a Rangers jersey on," added McMillian.
Go And Take It
They sure did.
Zaid Abusaad along with Mr. Mojo, Ahmmad Abusaad and Brianna DeFrancisco
"My favorite memory was when I came here with my dad to the World Series in like 2010, it was a fun time but we ended up losing...but this time—we're winners now," said Zaid Abusaad.
When asked if Mojo was his good luck charm, Abusaad said, "Yeah, always. He was born a couple months before they won the World Series, so it's a champ right here."
Mojo the dog!
He is indeed a very good boy.
Big Game Nate!
A smiling fans holds a sign on the streets of Arlington ahead of the Texas Rangers victory parade.
Fans hold signs on Arlington sidewalk
Fans Brianna Gonzalez, Amelia Gonzalez, Jaden Pagen and Noah Marquez hold up their signs ahead of the Texas Rangers victory parade Nov. 3.
Fans take over Arlington streets
Not only did fans pack the outside of the massive Arlington stadium, they also filled the streets to watch their favorite Rangers players drive by during the victory parade Nov. 3.
Fans wait for the parade
Two fans sit side-by-side, anticipating the once-in-a-lifetime Texas Rangers World Series victory parade.
Excited fans cheer for their team!
Top: Fans Kayla Knaust and Ashley Menges. Bottom: Ian Knaust, Ty Menges, Hutton Menges and Cullen Menges.
Texas Rangers fan Carlos Silva dressed as Peso Pluma outside of Globe Life Field Nov. 3.
Fans cheer on their team
A fan looks at the camera with a smile only a baseball fan whose team just won the World Series could have.
Excited fans yell for their team ahead of the victory parade Nov. 3.
CBS News Texas' Sam Jones
It was an all-day effort for the CBS News Texas crew.
"Corey Seager MVP"
Corey Seager fans cheer on the World Series MVP before the team's celebration Nov. 3.
Fans may be more ready for World Series rings than the players!
Texas Rangers fans pose with their fingers pointed where players will wear their championship rings.
Thank You "Rangers"
An excited fan holds up a sign thanking his team for a great season.
Fans crowd outside the main stage
Thousands upon thousands of fans packed the outside of Globe Life Field to see their team celebrate on the main stage.
CBS News Texas photojournalist Vince Bosquez
CBS News Texas photojournalist Vince Bosquez prepares to shoot the Texas Rangers celebration following their victory parade Nov. 3.
Sitting and waiting, sitting and waiting
CBS News Texas photojournalist waits for the Rangers to come on stage following their victory parade Nov. 3.
Thousands of fans gather in Arlington
Not a sliver of concrete could be seen outside Globe Life Field Nov. 3.
"Lets Go Rangers!"
Thousands of fans gather around the main stage outside Globe Life Field chanting, "Lets Go Rangers!"
What if we didn't win the World Series?
I guess we'll never know.
Fans cheer for CBS News Texas cameras
CBS News Texas caught it all!
The one and only Bruce Bochy
Bruce Bochy waves at Texas Rangers fans during their victory parade Nov. 3.
Corey Seager waves to cheering fans during the Texas Rangers World Series victory parade Nov. 3.
Fans and the Six Shooters cheer for Nathaniel Lowe during the Texas Rangers victory parade Nov. 3.
Fans cheer for Evan Carter during the Texas Rangers World Series victory parade Nov. 3.
Fans celebrate the big win
Following the Texas Rangers' celebration outside Globe Life Field, thousands of fans remained to continue the party.
The Six Shooters
The Six Shooters dance outside Globe Life Field following the World Series victory parade Nov. 3.
Miss Arlington smiles for the camera right in front of the main stage outside of Globe Life Field following the Texas Rangers victory parade.
The Six Shooters
The Six shooters wave to fans following a dance performance after the Texas Rangers victory parade Nov. 3.