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Topic - Scott Feldman
Manny Machado is trying not to make too much of his big game on Sunday that led the Baltimore Orioles over Houston.
Scott Feldman couldn't keep the ball down on Sunday against Baltimore and Houston's ace paid for it.
David Freese demonstrated just how much the Los Angeles Angels needed his bat in the lineup the past two weeks.
The Houston Astros haven't won many games, but at least they weren't beating themselves until fielding errors by first baseman Chris Carter and shortstop Jonathan Villar led to five unearned runs.
Houston right-hander Scott Feldman was effective in his first start since going on the disabled list.
Collin McHugh didn't do much to make a case to remain in Houston's rotation.
Collin McHugh has earned his spot in the Astros rotation.
Right-hander Scott Feldman has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Houston Astros due to biceps tendinitis, a move retroactive to Friday.
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.
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.
Houston's new additions sure made this team look better than last year's Astros in the season opener.
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.
Feldman said he did not have great command of his pitches, but his curveball was there throughout the game.
"I just tried to go out and make my pitches," Feldman said. "The guys went out and got some early runs for me again. From there, just trying to throw strikes and not walk many guys."