Former president George W. Bush had an interesting homestand with the Rangers. He almost got hit by a popup when Chicago was in town, and exchanged some funny words with Chicago catcher A.J. Pierzynski.
Sunday it was Bush giving out the praise, as he tipped his cap to Michael Young after the Texas hitter tied the game with a two-run homer in the eighth inning.
"We’ve talked a lot over the years," Young said. "I’ve had the chance to meet him several times. He comes to the games a lot. We always have good conversation. I saw him get pretty fired up. I thought that was pretty cool. That was sweet."
- Anthony Andro