If Nolan Ryan had his own 2011 baseball card, there wouldn’t be enough space to list all of his roles with the Texas Rangers. CEO. President. Part owner. Pitching guru. Consultant for all other baseball matters, on and off the field. Resident Hall of Famer and living legend.
The World Series means at least two extra days of work for vendors at Rangers Ballpark. And that’s just fine with one employee. He loves his job. and, apparently, so do the fans.
Even before Texas was a republic, the first Texas Rangers established a system of law and order. One of those men, James Coryell, is the subject of history and myth. Now, archaeologists think they may have found his grave in rural Falls County.
After more than two years, the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Ranger Division have announced they have identified several “persons of interest” in the 2008 governor’s mansion fire in Austin.
Actor Chuck Norris for years played a Texas Ranger on television. Now he’ll be one in real life.