Nolan Ryan

October 23, 2010 by staff 

Nolan Ryan, ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers chairman and co-owner Nolan Ryan looked around Rangers Ballpark in Arlington as trying to burn the memory of Friday’s game 6 win in your mind.

Ryan saw a club – the club – advance to their first World Series in franchise history. And saw 51,404 clapped and enjoyed every minute of it.

“This is special,” said Ryan. “Sitting here today and see what we are capable of carrying out, it’s just so rewarding.”

Ryan played in only one World Series – in 1969 with the Miracle Mets. He pitched 2 1 / 3 scoreless innings in an appearance.

Now, 41 years later, Ryan is coming back. He becomes the first National Baseball Hall of Fame to reach the World Series as a president or GM since Stan Musial was general manager of the National League champion St. Louis Cardinals in 1967.

He sees a full team of Rangers in chemistry and has grown over the 2010 season.

“This team is very close and believe in them,” said Ryan. “They take each other and believe that only in the team spirit. That’s what it takes to win something like this.”

By the way, Ryan predicted that the Rangers to win the World Series in seven games when the postseason began.

“There is no reason to reverse that now,” said Ryan.

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