Well, the good news is that, with Chris Young getting knocked out early, C.J. Wilson is having to pitch in relief today, which means that he can't start tomorrow, which means that Juan Dominguez will be called up for the start.
With any luck, Wilson will get sent back down to make room for Dominguez...as I've said before, Wilson has no business being in the majors right now.
On another topic...Tracy Ringolsby takes a look at each team's front office situation, and has this to say about the Rangers:
Texas general manager John Hart was supposed to step down at the end of last season. But manager Buck Showalter wasn't sure he would have enough power under Hart's proposed replacement, Grady Fuson, so Showalter led a power play in which Fuson was forced out of the organization. Hart, meanwhile, allied with Showalter. Someday, however, owner Tom Hicks is going to want some accountability from team leadership, which has failed to add a major player from outside the organization and has been living off the success of a farm system Fuson oversaw.
Can I get an "amen"?