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Roy Oswalt Set to Make Debut for the Texas Rangers

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Friday night is the night for Roy Oswalt to make his major league debut for the Texas Rangers. The Major League veteran will make his debut against the Colorado Rockies.

To warm up for his debut, Oswalt has been in the Ranger’s minor league system since his signing on May 29th. In his minor league stint, Oswalt went 1-1 with a 5.87 ERA. In his last outing, his true warmup for the majors, Oswalt went six innings, throwing 100 pitches, allowing just six hits and two runs.

Many will remember Oswalt from his tenure in Houston and his recent stint in Philadelphia. In his last appearence in the majors Oswalt went six innings, allowing five earned runs in a loss to the eventual World Series Champions in St. Louis in game four of the National League Division Series.

What do you think of the Rangers decision to bring Oswalt back into the majors after such a short stint in Triple-A?

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