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Scott Feldman

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  • As familiar doubts about the Orioles return, so do the reasons for optimism

    As familiar doubts about the Orioles return, so do the reasons for optimism
    It's time to jump in the Hot Tub Time Machine and go back exactly one year for a little spring training perspective. The Orioles were in camp by now, and the narrative about their offseason and prospects for a playoff run — minus the Dan...
  • Astros' Scott Feldman sells Bay Area home for $3.475 million

    Astros' Scott Feldman sells Bay Area home for $3.475 million
    Houston Astros pitcher Scott Feldman has completed an under-the-radar trade, selling his home in Burlingame off-market for $3.475 million. Built in 2004 and since updated, the Cape Cod-inspired Traditional is distinguished by its dormer windows, wide...
  • Plenty of relief in Cubs' bullpen

    Plenty of relief in Cubs' bullpen
    The pain of losing the likes of Ryan Dempster, Matt Garza and Scott Feldman is subsiding quickly. That’s the feeling of pitching coach Chris Bosio, who understands the process the Cubs have experienced the past three seasons and how he saw it...
  • Angels rally from two-run deficit to rout Astros, 11-3

    Angels rally from two-run deficit to rout Astros, 11-3
    KEY MOMENT: The Angels entered the fifth inning trailing 3-2, but a dropped fly ball by Astros right fielder Jake Marisnick on a ball hit by Collin Cowgill opened the flood gates. Erick Aybar scored to tie the game, and the next batter, Kole Calhoun,...
  • Castillo hopes to be Cubs' catcher when they turn corner

    Castillo hopes to be Cubs' catcher when they turn corner
    Welington Castillo has more than enough service time to not be forced to wear the costumes that the Cubs' rookies sported during their flight to Toronto on Sunday following a 10-4 loss to the Pirates that capped a three-game home sweep. But Castillo,...
  • Arrieta's solid outing wasted in loss to Nationals

    WASHINGTON — Jake Arrieta pitched admirably Sunday as he moved to the forefront of the Cubs’ staff in the wake of the departures of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel. But like Samardjiza and Hammel, he knows the Cubs’ offensive...
  • Cubs positioned for more deals

    Cubs positioned for more deals
    WASHINGTON -- On the same night top prospects Javier Baez and Kris Bryant each hit home runs for Triple-A Iowa, the Chicago Cubs loaded up on more prospects. That came at a cost of top pitchers Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel, leaving a Cubs team...
  • Josh Hamilton powers Angels past Astros, 5-1

    Angels 5, Astros 1 KEY MOMENT: Josh Hamilton, who struck out four times in his first five at-bats against left-handers this season, hit a two-run home run to right field against left-hander Dallas Keuchel to cap a three-run rally and give the Angels a...
  • Astros hit five home runs in 7-4 win against Angels

    Astros hit five home runs in 7-4 win against Angels
    Astros 7, Angels 4 KEY MOMENT: There were five of them, actually, Jason Castro's two-run homer to left-center in the first, solo shots by Matt Dominguez to left in the second, Jesus Guzman to left in the fourth and Alex Presley to right-center in the...
  • Slow pace of Astros pitcher Scott Feldman may have affected Angels

    Slow pace of Astros pitcher Scott Feldman may have affected Angels
    HOUSTON -- Whether it was deliberate or not, Scott Feldman seemed to slow-play the Angels on Sunday, when he allowed one run and three hits in seven innings of the Houston Astros’ 7-4 victory in Minute Maid Park. Several times, the Astros right-...
  • Late additions could boost Orioles in wide-open American League East race

    Late additions could boost Orioles in wide-open American League East race
    — As Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette sat in his office at the Ed Smith Stadium complex on a sunny afternoon earlier this month, overlooking a well-manicured cloverleaf of fields, a bitter winter seemed like an eternity ago in more ways...