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Topic - Scott Feldman
Scott Feldman had a tough assignment Friday night, facing Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish.
Jered Weaver left too many fastballs up in the strike zone, and the Houston Astros took advantage with four home runs off the Los Angeles Angels' ace.
This is exactly what the Houston Astros were looking for when they signed Scott Feldman over the winter.
Houston's new additions sure made this team look better than last year's Astros in the season opener.
Derek Jeter began the first game of his final season by getting plunked with a pitch. The Astros then beat up on CC Sabathia even worse, ensuring the captain's farewell tour would start with a Yankees' loss.
Dillon Gee pitched six-innings of no-hit ball Wednesday night in his final tuneup before opening day, but the Houston Astros rallied for a 9-6 victory over the New York Mets.
Scott Feldman will start the Houston Astros' opener on April 1 at home against the New York Yankees.
Scott Feldman became Houston's most veteran starter when the right-hander agreed to a $30 million, three-year contract with the youthful Astros in December.
Scott Feldman and a few of the Houston Astros beat the rain.
Scott Feldman pitched two scoreless innings in his first spring start for Houston, allowing only one hit in the Astros' 5-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
Scott Feldman was signed this offseason to lead Houston Astros' the rotation and be a veteran presence for the team's young pitching staff.
The Houston Astros know one thing about their pitching staff this year: It will be different from last season's crew.
Feldman signed a one-year contract with the Cubs and went 7-6 with a 3.46 ERA in 15 starts this season. He is 46-50 with a 4.66 ERA in 219 major league games over nine seasons.
Down and all but out before the All-Star break, the Chicago Cubs are starting to make moves for the future.
The Chicago Cubs dealt starting pitcher Scott Feldman to the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday and traded former All-Star Carlos Marmol to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for veteran reliever Matt Guerrier.
"It seems like they found a lot of holes," Feldman said. "They're a tough lineup, for sure."
"It was a rough couple of days," Feldman said after Houston's 1-0, 12-inning loss. "I had to go out and keep my emotions in check. I think he was watching. He was a big baseball fan. I knew he would want me to do a good job."