A few notes on Feldman's cutter:
"[Feldman] kept the ball down," Rays manager Joe Maddon said. "He's done good work this year against left-handed hitters. A lot of it looked like a back door cutter and then he'd get in on their hands, too. And we had a lot of jammed swings tonight."
The cut fastball -- a pitch that breaks in on left-handed hitters -- has been huge for Feldman this year. Left-handed hitters are batting .193 off him after hitting .291 against him in 2008. Overall, opponents are hitting .230 off him this season, including .217 in his 14 starts.
Matt Harrison played long-toss today and said he felt fine. He is still expected to visit a neurologist on Monday to rule out nerve damage as the cause of inflammation in his biceps. Harrison said it wasn't likely he would pitch in a Major League game until August after making two or three rehabilitation starts.