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2013 GAME LOG

http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/gl.cgi?id=feldmsc01&t=p&year=2013

15 OUTINGS in 2013

Feldman's 6 best outings of the season were against the Marlins, the Padres, the Rangers, the Nationals, and a pair against the Mets.

He also had 2 outings of 6 innings/2 runs against the White Sox and the Angels respectively, and a 6 inning/3 run outing against the Brewers (his last outing.)

He had 1 outing against the Brewers in which he pitched 5 innings and gave up 4 runs, but only 1 of the 4 runs was earned.

He has had 5 bad outings ...... 2 against the Reds, 1 against the Cardinals, 1 against the Braves, and 1 against the Giants.

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Feldman has a pretty good walks-to-innings ratio this season (25 walks in 91 innings pitched) to go along with a W.H.I.P. of 1.143, and an E.R.A. of 3.46

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2013 GAME LOG

http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/_/id/6384/scott-feldman

10 OUTINGS in 2013

Feldman's 4 best outings of the season were against the Rangers, the Nationals, and a pair against the Mets.

He also had 2 outings of 6 innings/2 runs against the White Sox and the Angels respectively, and a 6 inning/3 run outing against the Brewers (his last outing.)

He has had 3 bad outings ...... 2 against the Reds, and 1 against the Cardinals

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Feldman has a pretty good walks-to-innings ratio this season (25 walks in 91 innings pitched) to go along with a W.H.I.P. of 1.143, and an E.R.A. of 3.46

His best outing was undeniably against the Padres. He has also made 15 starts this year.

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His best outing was undeniably against the Padres. He has also made 15 starts this year.

OH, thanks. I'll fix it.

I was only looking at his 10 most recent starts from his ESPN page. :o

I owe you a greenie. :)

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2013 GAME LOG

http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/gl.cgi?id=feldmsc01&t=p&year=2013

15 OUTINGS in 2013

Feldman's 6 best outings of the season were against the Marlins, the Padres, the Rangers, the Nationals, and a pair against the Mets.

He also had 2 outings of 6 innings/2 runs against the White Sox and the Angels respectively, and a 6 inning/3 run outing against the Brewers (his last outing.)

He had 1 outing against the Cubs in which he pitched 5 innings and gave up 4 runs, but only 1 of the 4 runs was earned.

He has had 5 bad outings ...... 2 against the Reds, 1 against the Cardinals, 1 against the Braves, and 1 against the Giants.

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Feldman has a pretty good walks-to-innings ratio this season (25 walks in 91 innings pitched) to go along with a W.H.I.P. of 1.143, and an E.R.A. of 3.46

The underlined start you mention above was against the Brewers.

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OFFNY's Prefontiction

IP:. 7.33

H:o 6

R:O 1

BB: 1

SO: 4

Pitches: 106 (73 Strikes, 33 Balls)

Not bad. :o

SCOTT FELDMAN O (vs. WHITE SOX, 7/03) *

IP:. 6

H:o 6

R:O 2

BB: 0

SO: 6

Pitches: 98 (60 Strikes, 38 Balls)

2012 ERA: 3.00 [American League] O 3.46 [National League]

* Feldman's Career Orioles Debut

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