Report: Astros agree with Scott Feldman on three-year deal
Summary of 5 articles · Updated Dec 6, 2013
Free-agent right-handed pitcher Scott Feldman has agreed to terms with the Houston Astros on a three-year contract, the club said Friday. The Astros landed the veteran starting pitcher they've been coveting on Friday by signing right-hander Scott Feldman to a three-year deal worth $30 million. The Astros landed the veteran starting pitcher they've been coveting by agreeing to sign right-hander Scott Feldman, a source confirmed to MLB.com. Entering his 10th big-league season, Feldman became almost exclusively a full-time starter in 2008. Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow wouldn't confirm the report. On Tuesday, the day the the Astros traded for the Rockies’ Dexter Fowler, Jacoby Ellsbury signed with the Yankees for more than $150 million. In addition to Cosart, Keuchel, Oberholtzer and Peacock, the club will also bring Alex White, Rudy Owens and Asher Wojciechowski to camp next year to compete for a job in the rotation.