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Scott Feldman Today, 2013


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Hopefully the Orioles put Feldman in the pen as a long man when Chen returns. How long it takes them to realize that Feldman is not one of their 5 best options for the rotation will be interesting/excruciating to follow.

Inn/start:

Gonzalez = 6.29

Feldman = 6.02

Chen = 5.92

Hammel = 5.87

Tillman = 5.87

Britton = 5.80

Garcia = 5.20

Feldman is also the only pitcher to have pitched a 9.0 inning outing this season. You don't take a guy who can pitch deep into the games and demote him to bullpen.

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This guy is junk. 6 innings doesn't matter if he gives up 5 runs. I don't even think he was worth Strop, OR Arrieta. Chicago is going to view this as one of their best trades ever.

Someone doesn't understand basic math. If your second sentence was true, he wouldn't have an ERA below 4. But hey, don't let logic stand in the way of your thoughts.

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We really need Feldman to come up big vs. Johnson/TOR today. After today's game, we'll have 96 games in the books. That leaves 66 games to catch a very consistent BOS and very hot TB. There's no time to waste.

Well, he's done his part today. Looked pretty good. Had Bautista off balanced.

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That was one heck of a nice performance from Feldman today. Boy did we ever need that heading into the All-star break. Hats off to Feldman. .:thumbsup1:

Hats off to Feldman, it may sound cruel.

But you laughed at him when you said he was through.

You told him lies, now it's your turn to cry, cry, cry.

Now that Feldman said goodbye to you.

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This guy is junk. 6 innings doesn't matter if he gives up 5 runs. I don't even think he was worth Strop, OR Arrieta. Chicago is going to view this as one of their best trades ever.

Wow, that's really giving yourself up for the team. :002_scool:

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Just looked up Strop and Arrieta's numbers:

Strop with the Cubs: 9 appearances, 7.2 IP, 0R, 10K, 2BB

Arrieta in AAA: 4 starts, 15.2 IP, 5.17 ERA, 20 hits, 17K, 6BB

I'm happy for Strop (as long as he is in the NL).

Seems like more of the same for Jake.

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