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Texas Rangers ‘Dancing Queen’ Spreads Joy

Texas Rangers fans may have witnessed a petite brunette usher bust some moves during games at Globe Life Field. Hannah Speirs has worked for the Rangers for over 10 years and supports the team all year long by wearing Ranger gear wherever she goes. No one is more ecstatic about the Rangers heading to the World Series than this particular employee.

Hannah is pictured on the left of the front row with her co-workers. Photo courtesy of Lisa Baggett.
Screenshot from TikTok by Ruth Anne Spiers.

Whether they win or lose, the Texas Rangers have the love and support of Hannah. Lisa Baggett, a guest service representative for the Texas Rangers, shared, “Hannah, also known as ‘Dancing Queen,’ brings so much joy not only to our team (Upper Con South), but to the entire ballpark. She lights up the ballpark with her infectious smile and incredible dance moves!”

One fan captured Hannah dancing during a Rangers game and posted it on TikTok. There were almost 300,000 views and over 1,900 comments supporting the dancing usher.

When asked what she loves about working for the Rangers, Hannah explained, “I love having fun, helping people, and having a good time.” One of Hannah’s coworkers, Pam Fitzgerald, shared, “Many people have come up to Hannah telling her they love her dancing, enthusiasm, and love for the Rangers. I decided to make a baseball card of her so she could give it to fans. She loves handing them out and the people love getting them. She is one special person.”

Hannah is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who lives in Arlington with her family. During away games, the Rangers games are always on at the Speirs home. When the Rangers do well, Hannah’s shouts of “Hallelujah!” can be heard throughout the house.

Ruth-Anne Speirs, Hannah Speirs, Patti Greenwood, and Jenni Pfeifer. Photo courtesy of Jenni Pfeifer.

Hannah has great faith in her beliefs and in the Rangers. After the Rangers punched their ticket to the World Series, Hannah told friends and family that “Dreams do come true!” Many hopes and prayers are being bestowed on the team as they approach Game 1 of the World Series at Globe Life Field Friday, October 27th. As Hannah would say “Go Rangers!”

Hannah’s baseball card. If you see her at the game, be sure to ask her for one! Photo courtesy of Ruth Anne Speirs.