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|If Scott Feldman can keep this up, he could run into a great offseason opportunity.|
"From what I am seeing, there is more arm speed and more velocity on the cutter," Sveum said. "That will always make things a little more crisp. When you add a couple more [miles per hour] things change a little bit. Location and not walking guys is always the formula for pitching [well]. He had a game plan to pitch those lefties in with the cutter and did it all night long."
"That's pitching like Chris Carpenter or Roy Halladay, that type of stuff -- bringing it back from inside and cutting it on the outside," [Chase] Headley said. "When guys do that, sometimes you just have to tip your cap."
Padres manager Bud Black said Feldman mixed his pitches well.
"We just couldn't solve the movement," Black said. "He was hitting corners, but I think the thing that really got him to throw a complete game was the movement on the fastball, keeping us off-guard both in and away, and the timing with the slower breaking ball. We just couldn't muster any good swings against him."
|Anthony Rizzo has taken command of the outer half of the plate.|