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Bronx Banter Aug 26, 2015

Good News, Bad News

The good news is that Brendan Ryan pitched 2 scoreless innings last night. The bad...
Houston Chronicle Aug 19, 2015

Scott Feldman tosses third straight quality start

Astros righthander Scott Feldman threw his third consecutive quality start on Tuesday night in the Astros’ 3-2 victory in 10 innings against the Rays. He settled for a no-decision despite holding the Rays to two runs on nine hits with two strikeouts and two walks in seven strong innings at Minute Maid Park. “It was […]
Houston Chronicle Aug 17, 2015

Scott Feldman looking to finish season strong after spending time on DL

Righthander Scott Feldman, who started the only two games the Astros won during their recent nine-game road trip, will try to build on the six scoreless innings he threw in his victory over the Giants when he faces the Rays on Tuesday night. Feldman (5-5, 4.17 ERA) has given up only two runs in 12 […]
McCovey Chronicles Aug 12, 2015

Aoki hurt again, Giants shut out

Scott Feldman was too tough, and the Astros defeated the Giants, 2-0. Before moving on to the game, a dull affair in which the Giants lost 2-0, take the time to punch yourself in the face with the Norichika Aoki news. #SFGiants OF Nori Aoki left today's game after feeling light headed. — San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) August 12, 2015 He originally passed the concussion tests, but concussions are bedbugs of the brain, always lurking behind an outlet, even after you're given the all-clear. There's always a fear that they'll come back, if not now, then in six months or six years from...
Houston Chronicle Aug 11, 2015

Astros’ Scott Feldman a baseball survivor despite laid-back approach

SAN FRANCISCO – Evan Gattis’ soul-searching time away from baseball as a young man led him to a bevy of odd jobs, including valeting cars and working for a pizza shop. He’s not the only Astro with those lines on a résumé. Scott Feldman, Wednesday’s scheduled starting pitcher against the San Francisco Giants, grew up […]
The Cub Reporter Aug 4, 2015
Can Arrieta win 20?

Can Arrieta win 20?

I think I counted right.There are 55 games left, which is 11 starts.If he gets 8 more wins, Jake Arrieta could be the first Cub 20-game winner since Jon Lieber in 2008. That year, Lieber had 11 wins before the All-Star break, 9 after.Arrieta had 10 before.So the odds are, you know, not great.But not impossible at all.WHAT'S IMPOSSIBLE IS TO IMAGINE that the Cubs got Jake Arrieta and Pedro Strop for Scott Feldman (currently 4-5 with Houston).Seriously, how did that even happen, and where would the Cubs be this year without that bit of brilliance from the authors of The Cubs Way?You could...

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