A woman is considering pressing charges after she was hit by a chair at an Oakland A's game last night. The chair was thrown by Texas Rangers reliever Frank Francisco. The vice president of stadium operations says the woman was treated at a hospital for a broken nose and facial cuts. Francisco threw the chair at a fan in a lower box near the Rangers' bullpen along the right-field line -- after fans began taunting the team. It hit one man in the head and then bounced and struck the woman on her left temple. Francisco was named American League Rookie of the Month for August. The manager of the Rangers says they've had trouble with the fans every time they come to the A's stadium.