• Solomon: Nolan Ryan returning to the Astros might be too ‘dynamic’

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 4, 2013
    It’s time to bring Nolan Ryan back home. That would be too dynamic of a move. Ryan: I think obviously the division isn’t going to know the Astros, so there’s going to be some adjustment there. Ryan, who served as a special assistant for the Astros from February 2004 to February 2008, played nine seasons with the Astros before finishing his legendary 27-year career by playing the final five seasons with the Rangers. Born in Refugio, raised in Alvin and beloved throughout the great state of Texas, Ryan belongs with the Astros’ organization. It was announced over the weekend that general manager Jon Daniels was promoted to president of baseball operations/GM, and that Rick George, the club's chief operating officer, was named president of business operations.
    Source: chron.com
    • In recent Q&A, Nolan Ryan talks Astros’ move to AL and Rangers becoming Texas’ team

      SURPRISE, Ariz. — During an intimate media availability session two weeks ago with a select group of reporters at the Texas Rangers’ spring training complex, Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan addressed a few Astros-specific questions for the Houston Chronicle.
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    • Report: Nolan Ryan possibly leaving Rangers

      Legendary pitcher turned CEO Nolan Ryan could be leaving the Texas Rangers, according to a Fort Worth Star Telegram report that paints Ryan as the odd man out in a power shift atop the Rangers organization. It was announced over the weekend that general…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Ortiz: Astros should bring Nolan Ryan back where he belongs

      It’s time to bring Nolan Ryan back home. Born in Refugio, raised in Alvin and beloved throughout the great state of Texas, Ryan belongs with the Astros’ organization. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported today that the Hall of Fame pitcher may leave
      Source: chron.com

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