- Throws it in the low to mid 90s. Typically 92-94
- Tails down and in on RH hitters.
- Consistent break
- Solid command
- Throws it similar velocity to his fastball, maybe a touch less
- Excellent late movement
- Fangraphs had it as the 3rd best pitch in baseball, many scouts love it
- Very consistent with it.
- Combining the two pitches both with velocity and excellent movement and look identical until one breaks right the other left - this is a huge weapon for him
- Hard downward movement
- Very good chase pitch
- Much improved pitch
- Nice movement, very similar to his fastball
- Good separation velocity, around 12mph difference
- I sometimes have trouble separating the curve and slider because of the downward movement
- Good pitch, needs to use it more
- Feldman was a decent reliever but I doubt too many saw him as a starter
- He had an almost sidearm delivery
- Breaking pitches were not that good but very good fastball
- Two years ago his arm angle was raised a little and he worked on the cutter
- Last year his arm angle raised even more. The cutter became a dominant pitch. The curve and slider gained a lot more depth. Even the change improved.
- Its hard to say how much he will improve. For those looking for a regression I dont see it
- His tailing fastball and cutter combo is deadly. But its his change, curve, and slider that will determine how good he becomes.
- I remember watching a game late in the season. He was dominant but too many pitches. The announcers mentioned if he used the fastball more he might go deep into the game. Inwardly I was crying. And the catcher called what they asked for and he got crushed for a 5spot. 2 games in a row this happened. For a guy throwing 70% fastball you cant up the usage. I hope he learned the lesson that as dominant as they can be he still needs to mix it up.