I am the OP of this thread. I can tell you, I knew for a FACT that I would get ridiculed before I posted this thread. It didn't matter to me, because generally speaking, anytime I post, it's just a question of time as to when the "in crowd" ridicules what I say (the "in crowd" are actually in the minority, it's just that they LIVE here and post over 100 posts per day so it seems they are the "in crowd").
In any case, I've often been right and they're often wrong, but I never bother arguing with them. In fact, to be honest, I laugh at them. If I had the time and the inclination (which I don't because it's simply not that important), I could do research and show how often those guys are wrong.
The only reason that I'm even annoyed by the "in crowd" is that they often drive off potential new posters, no doubt some of whom would bring a lot to this forum.
Go Justin Grimm! Go Rangers!!!
OK, great! Grimm pitched well and, the Rangers win. So what happens next?
Oswalt pitches tonight for RR. I'm going to assume if that goes well, the Rangers will start the process of bringing him up. That means more moves as Oswalt isn't even on the 40 man roster at this point.
The rotation spot Grimm pitched in last night comes up again this coming Friday. The Rangers could:
1. Pitch Grimm2. Pitch Oswalt3. Skip the spot and go to Lewis, (due to the off day Thursday).
Should be another interesting week of roster roulette for the Rangers.
When Josh comes back Martin probably goes back to Round Rock which clears a spot on the active roster. Somebody's going to have to go on the 60-Day DL or get cut to make room on the 40-Man. A few names have already been tossed around as possible candidates for that. We'll see.
Looking ahead a little further, what happens when Holland comes off the DL? If Grimm has another good game will he get sent back down and, if so, will it be Frisco or RR?
Stay tuned, folks.