Could Nolan Ryan’s abrupt exit from the Astros organization mean a return to the Rangers?
Nolan Ryan hot dogs are coming back to Arlington. Nolan Ryan himself might not be that far behind.
On Thursday afternoon, the hubristic Houston Astros, who seem either tone deaf to public perception or hell-bent on testing its limits, announced unceremoniously that Reid Ryan, Nolan’s eldest son, was no longer the club’s president of baseball operations. Reid, according to a five-paragraph press release, will remain with the club in an advisory role.
The move, according to the release, will allow Reid Ryan to focus on his “other business ventures while remaining an important part of the Astros organization.”
The Galleria kicks off the holiday season with a skating Santa and towering Christmas tree
The Galleria is kicking off the holiday season with an ice-skating Santa Claus and a towering Christmas tree.
St. Nick arrives ready to pose for photos on Friday, according to a Tuesday release. The "Santa Photo Experience," located on the first level of the Nordstrom wing, runs through December 24. Guests can avoid waiting in line by purchasing a Santa Fast Pass photo package, priced from $29.99 to $49.99.