Nolan Ryan, the president and CEO of the Texas Rangers, was taken to a hospital in Houston after experiencing chest discomfort at his home in Georgetown, Texas, on Sunday, according to The Dallas Morning News.
The 64-year-old Hall of Famer will undergo tests on Monday to determine the cause of his pain. In April of 2000, Ryan underwent a double coronary bypass after doctors discovered significant blockage in his left coronary artery, though doctors said he did not suffer a heart attack. Roughly six months after the procedure, Ryan was hospitalized again after complaining of chest pain, though he was released shortly afterwards.
It is believed his current chest discomfort is related to his heart condition, which runs in his family.
The Rangers released a statement saying Ryan is resting comfortably and said he feels better. The team expects him out of the hospital in the coming days.