ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Texas Rangers president Nolan Ryan says he's feeling good and expects to keep working as normal after being hospitalized for a heart condition he has had since 2000.
Ryan says tests done this week show no changes in his heart since his previous cardiograph four years earlier.
The 64-year-old Hall of Fame pitcher spent two nights in a Houston hospital after experiencing tightness in his chest last weekend while at his home in Georgetown. He rested for a couple of days at home, but was back at Rangers Ballpark on Friday night, when the Rangers played their first home game since the All-Star break.
Ryan had a double-bypass operation in 2000 and has a family history of heart disease.