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Detroit Tigers' Gary Sheffield runs around the bases after hitting a two-run home run off Texas Rangers pitcher Scott Feldman in the seventh inning at Comerica Park in Detroit on June 28, 2007. The Tigers defeated the Rangers 5-2. (UPI Photo/Scott R. Galvin)
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Scott Wynne Feldman (born February 7, 1983, in Kailua, Hawaii) is a Major League Baseball right-handed relief pitcher for the Texas Rangers.

After going 25–2 in his first two years of college baseball, he was drafted in the 30th round by the Rangers in 2003. Feldman had Tommy John surgery later that year. He followed it up with a minor league career in which he had a 2.70 ERA, and held batters to only 6.6 hits per 9 innings, pitching almost exclusively in relief.

After pitching out of the bullpen while bouncing back and forth between Texas and its Triple-A affiliate in 2005–07, Feldman converted to a starter in 2008. He established himself in 2009 with a breakout season for the Rangers. He was 17–8, tied for 4th in the American League in wins, and tied the major league record with 12 victories on the road.

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