Well, now, the Texas Rangers couldn’t have hoped for much better from Roy Oswalt. In his 2012 debut on Friday night, the Weir High and Holmes Community College product went 6 2/3 innings, allowing just one run, in a 4-1 victory over Colorado. A sellout crowd at the Ballpark in Arlington watched. Oswalt wasn’t unhittable — he yielded nine — but he walked just one and fanned six, dialing up an effective array of pitches. “The command of all my pitches was there,” he told mlb.com. “If I can keep this kind of command all year, I’ll be happy.” The win was No. 160 in Oswalt’s major league career. He is third on the list of all-time wins by a Mississippi native, trailing Aberdeen’s Guy Bush (176) and Waynesboro’s Claude Passeau (162).