Texas Rangers President Nolan Ryan is in a Houston hospital undergoing tests on his heart.
The Rangers said in a statement Monday the 64-year-old Ryan is
"resting comfortably and reports he is feeling better." He is
expected to be released from the hospital in a few days.
Ryan had a double-bypass operation in 2000 and has a family
history of heart disease. He sought treatment after experiencing
discomfort Sunday morning while at his home in Georgetown.
Ryan is a Hall of Famer who has the record for most no-hitters
(seven) and strikeouts (5,714). He's been running the Rangers since
2008 and became part-owner last summer, as Texas was on its way to
the World Series for the first time.
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