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TCB Astros March Madness 2014: Scott Feldman vs Paul Clemens

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Right-handed pitcher Scott Feldman vs right-handed pitcher Paul "Pinky" Clemens

TCB's Astros Fan Favorite March Madness Tournament is underway. From now until the end of Spring Training 64 players will spend the next several weeks facing off in a head to head public vote to determine who advances to the next round and who will eventually be crowned the communities favorite Astros player. For more details check out the tournament introductory post.

The rules are simple, determine which player you want to advance to the next round and then vote. Vote subjectively, objectively, using your trusty magic eight ball or any other set of criteria. It's totally up to you how you want to vote! Votes for this round will last exactly 24 hours.

In this match-up

1 - Scott Feldman

Luhnow's biggest aquisition of the off season and a poster boy for "solid, if unspectacular." The 31-year-old brings a five-pitch mix, groundball tendancies and strong command to help fortify a shaky, young rotation, and figures to be around for a while after recieving a fair-market three-year contract. His previous extensive experience pitching in the AL West could be a boost for him as well. -Ashitaka


16 - Paul Clemens

With a quirk factor grade of 80, Clemens has the personality and the stuff to become one of the most entertaining closers in the game. I mean the man dislocated his pinky finger attempting to field a groundball. Most pitchers probably would have come out of the game. Not Clemens. He stayed in the game and got the next batter out. And thus began the Legend of Paul "Pinky" Clemens.