Texas Rangers manager Bobby Valentine, pitcher Nolan Ryan and former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry in the dugout in Arlington Stadium before the Rangers played on opening day April 1989. Valentine is under consideration to be ambassador of Japan under President-elect Donald Trump.
Texas Rangers manager Bobby Valentine, pitcher Nolan Ryan and former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry in the dugout in Arlington Stadium before the Rangers played on opening day April 1989. Valentine is under consideration to be ambassador of Japan under President-elect Donald Trump. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram/Joyce Marshall
Texas Rangers manager Bobby Valentine, pitcher Nolan Ryan and former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry in the dugout in Arlington Stadium before the Rangers played on opening day April 1989. Valentine is under consideration to be ambassador of Japan under President-elect Donald Trump. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram/Joyce Marshall

A former Texas Rangers manager could get a job with Donald Trump

December 09, 2016 12:00 PM

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