Rangers CEO and team president Nolan Ryan has been released from a Houston-area hospital two days after being admitted with a recurrance of a heart condition.
Ryan felt discomfort Sunday morning at his home in Georgetown. He underwent a series of tests Monday, which revealed no further complications with the condition that was first discovered 11 years ago while he had double-bypass surgery.
Doctors will continue to treat Ryan's condition with medication.
The Rangers said in a release that Ryan, 64, would rest at home a few days before returning to Arlington.
He had been scheduled to throw out the first pitch tonight in Anaheim as the Angels induct Gene Autry into their Hall of Fame before the Rangers-Angels game.
-- Jeff Wilson