Nolan Ryan Hospitalized in Houston with Heart Problems. Yikes.

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From the Rangers:

Nolan Ryan was hospitalized in Houston after experiencing discomfort early Sunday morning at his home in Georgetown, Texas. Mr. Ryan will undergo tests on Monday for what is believed to be a recurrence of the heart condition which he has previously experienced. Mr. Ryan is resting comfortably and reports he is feeling better. He is expected to be released from the hospital in a few days.

Thoughts and prayers.

 

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Sandrat32
Sandrat32

GET WELL SOON, YOU ARE THE REASON I AM A RANGER FAN. THE FIRST TIME I SAW YOU PITCH THATS ALL IT TOOK. I WAS HOOKED. I HOPE YOU FEEL BETTER SOON AND MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. YOUR THE BEST!

cactusflinthead
cactusflinthead

Get healthy Mr. Ryan. Don't let JonBoy make too many trades while you are out of commission.

Josh's broken records
Josh's broken records

If Nolan were to have a heart attack he'd simply pretend his heart was Ventura's noggin and throw a couple of right handed uppercuts on it..then he'd get back to cooking them 35000 hotdogs that Ruth is so pissed about.

Scruffygeist
Scruffygeist

You were so hoping it was really Hamilton, weren't you?

Big Bob Wilonsky
Big Bob Wilonsky

First bitches! That's right, I posted this 8 minutes before Richie in my UnFair Park blog. Come over some time, don't be a stranger.

Josh's broken records
Josh's broken records

Unfair Park and the little Ticket is where RW steals all his bits and talking points..just waiting for some riveting Tour de France talk..maybe some Richie not Richie..pow

Shimshamm
Shimshamm

 your first doesnt count, it is like trick or treating at your mom's house. FIRST

Robert Wilonsky
Robert Wilonsky

But, anyway. The Rangers' John Blake did send word this evening that "test results indicated no new developments with this recurrence of Mr. Ryan's heart condition. That condition will continue to be treated with medication. Mr. Ryan continues to improve and is expected to be released from the hospital in a day or two."

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