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20 years after their last games, Ryan and Brett exchange lineup cards again

A few baseball greats met again on Sunday at the Ballpark in Arlington -- along with an umpire. On October 3, 1993, the Rangers took on the Royals in the last game ever played at the old Arlington Stadium. Before that game, Rangers pitcher Nolan Ryan and Royals infielder George Brett exchanged lineup cards with umpire Dale Scott. That was also the final game both Hall of Famers were on the field as players.

Before the start of Sunday's game, all three men met again to exchange lineup cards -- with Ryan and Brett in their current roles of Rangers CEO and Royals interim hitting coach, respectively.

-- Austin McLaurin / MLB.com Real-Time Correspondent